This policeman is definitely not a law-abiding citizen. Where is Dexter or Spiderman when we need him? As far as we know, the law which is proudly written down in the Constitution applies for every breathing Indian citizen and that includes the ones, who are assigned to make sure we abide by it. This particular police in Mumbai however, does get the simple rule-'not drive without a helmet'.
The policeman was given the taste of his own medicine for driving without a helmet when he was caught by a Mumbaikar man for breaking the rules. The Mumbai man, Pawan Sayyadni however, on his mission as a vigilante instead landed up in a police custody for chasing down the policeman. The incident is reported to have happened when passers-by witnessed a cop travelling without his helmet in Kherwadi on Sunday evening. Sayyadni, who was one among the witnesses stopped the constable Pandrinath Ramu from riding his bike without a helmet because he had clearly broken the law.
Things turned for the worse when Pawan pulled out the keys of the bike, stating that he won’t return them keys as he was not wearing a helmet. The policeman is, however, reported to have registered a case against the three witnesses, Pawan, Gavas and Shirodkar under section 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty) and 341 (punishment for wrongful restraint) while the constable got a traffic ticket of Rs 500 for not wearing a helmet, reports HT.