The Mumbai Police Twitter handle has never failed to impress Twitterati and has always been on toes with the most trending highlights. The creatively scripted witty posts with powerful impact have remained the USP of Mumbai Police Twitter handle. Bemusing memes, funny videos, and satirical, yet influential posts have garnered many appreciations from netizens.
Mumbai Police is back with yet another funny video with a compelling insight, which made netizens’ Monday Blues disappear with a dose of laughter. The video was shared on Monday morning with a caption that said, “The video is funny, but the consequences in reality will be quite serious! #EyeOpenersForYou.”
In the “eyeopener” 22-seconds video, a man tries stealing the wallet of a person standing in front of him in a queue. When the hoodie guy realises that he is been watched by a CCTV camera, he puts back the wallet.
Twitterati could not compose their laughter and flood the internet with drolling responses.
Similar one 😂 😂 pic.twitter.com/KJKgnYkkzC— Disney Baba (@disneybaba) August 20, 2018
That’s y CCTV advertisers always mention . “koi dekhe ya na Dekhe Uparwala sab Dekhta Hai..”👌🏻🙏🏻— Praviin Ssonawane (@praviin11) August 20, 2018
Even if a police van pass by people feel secured.
It's good when criminals feel they are being watched actively.— हर्ष (@Hrsh95887732) August 20, 2018
A man stopped behind zebra crossing as he is already penalised 2ce for cutting during red light by camera photo by@PuneCityPolice
😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄😄— 🙏myself Brij🙏 (@BrijeshShetty26) August 20, 2018
Uper wala sab dekhta hai 🙏🙏
On Saturday, Mumbai Police had tweeted a hilarious post to warn netizens to stay away from killer challenges on the Internet. Similar to the Blue whale challenge, there have been reports that another killer game, the Momo challenge, is turning into a new fad. The viral challenge busted the internet when a 12-year-old in Argentina allegedly killed herself owing to this challenge.
Taking no risks, Mumbai Police issued a precautionary post for young boys and girls, to not indulge with the fatal game which requires communicating with unknown numbers. “How about interacting with us on the widely know #Dial100 than on unknown numbers, to beat the challengers in their own game!” they wrote.
@MumbaiPolice Its high time Mumbai police should open common bank account so common people can give some percentage of their Savings in this account at their wish as Mumbai police secure them 24*7. 🙏🙏🙏— chanchal (@mantri_chanchal) August 18, 2018