Noida: 'VIP' bullies common man at traffic signal, threatens man filming the incident
In the video, a 'VIP', with a Samajwadi Party flag on his vehicle, can be seen allegedly threatening a motorcyclist asking him to make way for the VIP vehicle to jump the Red light in Noida as he could not wait for the signal to turn green.
While everyone else can be seen waiting for the signal to turn green, this 'VIP' gets off his car and starts misbehaving with the motorcyclist.
The incident reportedly took place at around 8 AM on 24th August at the traffic signal Noida's Sector 57.
The video, that has garnered over eight lakh views, was shared by Prashant Saxena, who recorded the incident from inside his car. He was caught making the video by the man's daughter after which he was asked to stop the recording.
"So this VIP guy was in hurry that he got out from his car (car with VIP horns/hooters)
And started misbehaving with the Sardarji who didn't give him way because it was Red light on the traffic signal. His daughter carried similar attitude and his father then tried to snatch my cellphone.Thanks to my cab driver that he took the car off that place," Saxena wrote while posting the video.
After this video was shared on Facebook, the 'VIP's daughter, who spotted Saxena filing the incident, had drawn the ire of people who wrote abusive comments for her.
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