Bengaluru Cop Throws Shoe At Bikers For Not Wearing Helmets. Video Is Viral

A Bengaluru traffic constable suspended after he was discovered on camera tossing a shoe at two bikers for not wearing a helmet. The constable referred to was caught on camera in a video uploaded by a Bengaluru-based YouTuber which turned into a web sensation.

The video, uploaded to YouTube last Wednesday, demonstrates two movement police authorities were looking out for the side of the street. When they spot two bikers going by without wearing head protectors, one of the cops is seen removing his shoe and going for the errant riders. The men attempt to dodge however the shoe hits one of them in any case. They head out before long.

The video transferred by Bengaluru-based YouTube Rishabh Chatterjee who was driving behind the bikers. As per Mr Chatterjee, who shot it as a major aspect of a video blog on Bengaluru streets, the occurrence occurred on BEL street on February 20 this year.

Watch the video here:

(Hop to 6:50 to watch the constable)

Via web-based networking media, while numerous prominent that the two men on the bicycle were in clear infringement of activity administers, the cop’s activity additionally drew furious responses for taking a chance with the young fellows’ lives.

“I do love BTP for the considerable work they do. However, this is supreme risky for both cop and rider. If you don’t mind, impart to BTP Fb. Tossing things is no real way to deal with things. They could have made a note of number plate and fined him rather,” a client remarked.

Another stated, “Why he simply can not stop him and solicit to pay fine rather from taking law in his own particular hands and hazard bikers life too.”

“He didn’t have rights to toss, he can take note of the number and send see,” a third remarked.

The YouTuber too said the constable could have taken care of the circumstance better.

“An ideal approach to manage this circumstance would have been to take a photo and fine them. I have seen numerous cops in Bangalore have an advanced camera with them to record anybody breaking any tenets and with the establishment of cameras on numerous crossing points it is less demanding to track the vehicle number,” he told NDTV.

Taking cognisance of the viral video, police suspended the constable, supposedly appended to Jalahalli activity at police headquarters. As indicated by Deccan Chronicle, activity police led a test into the occurrence and suspended the movement constable. The two understudies on the bicycle have not moved toward the police to record a protest against the constable, the daily paper included.

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