Mumbai police posts a cat video to teach a lesson on traffic discipline and it's breaking the internet
On January 12, Mumbai police posted an interesting video which created quite a buzz on social media.
In the viral video, a cat was seen crossing the road only after traffic light changes its color.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) January 12, 2018
The tweet gained a lot of reactions on social media:
This is Makwana road junction on Andheri Kurla road at Marol. Pls advise how to cross this junction. Can you ensure proper signals and zebra crossing at this junction. This is a nightmare for pedestrians. Cc @CPMumbaiPolice pic.twitter.com/wLn8mtEmX1
— VinayakKhadye (@VinayakKhadye) January 12, 2018
first install signals at Majiwada junction, Thane - one of the most important road
— Jinkesh Jain (@jain_jinkesh) January 12, 2018
If only the pedestrian traffic lights work
— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) January 13, 2018
No proper zebra crossing anywhere in Mumbai all vehicles stop above zebra crossing then how people will cross the road please paint all zebra crossing may 1 step make a change
— Jigar Shah (@ImJigarShah) January 14, 2018
Animals are smart, unlike people.
— V (@38Vikki) January 13, 2018
This was not the first time
Well, this was not the first time traffic police devised unique ways to make people aware of traffic rules. Earlier a cop named Ranjeet Singh in Madhya Pradesh's Indore gained everyone's attention with his Michael Jackson inspired dance moves, while doing his duty on Indian chaotic streets.
Indian traffic cop Ranjeet Singh has become a social media phenomenon with nearly 50,000 people following his activities on Facebook. Singh claims the number of traffic violations at the intersection where he spends most days has fallen over the years. https://t.co/kXf82goEaW pic.twitter.com/jeUzZxQTDP
— AFP news agency (@AFP) December 28, 2017
Recently, UP Police also issued warnings in an interesting style to those who drink and drive. The police amused everyone with its tweet, which was inspired by a dialogue from Salman Khan's movie Dabangg.
हम आज सड़कों पर इतनी नाकाबंदी लगाएँगे कि आप कन्फ़्यूज़ हो जाओगे की एंटर कहाँ से करें और भागें कहाँ से! #ZaraSambhalKe #dontdrinkanddrive #UPPolice pic.twitter.com/pK5SWDQk6O
— UP POLICE (@Uppolice) December 31, 2017
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