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Hubballi: Traffic policeman thrashes drunk offender riding in wrong direction


Daijiworld Media Network – Hebballi (EP)

Hubballi, Jan 2: A traffic policeman here thrashed a young man who rode in the wrong direction of the road.

The rider and pillion rider both were not wearing helmet. They were drunk too and the bike was on the one way road moving in the opposite direction, as per details available.

The incident happened at Chennamma Circle here on Tuesday, January 2. Bike rider Saikumar and pillion rider Ambareesh, under the influence of alcohol, were moving on the bike in the wrong direction without wearing helmet. ASI D S Bevooru of North Traffic Police Station, who spotted the youngsters, asked them stop. But the rider went ahead without stopping.

The police, who chased them, caught hold of the offenders and tried to take them in an auto rickshaw. There were arguments between them. The young men started acting inappropriately with the police. At that time, the policeman thrashed one of the youth.

The photos of the incident which went viral subsequently attracted praise and criticism both from public.


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  • Vijay Kulkarni, Hubballi

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    They deserve that.

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  • Anilkumar, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    The police deserve an award in this case.
    Borrow them for Mangalore City atleast for six months to straighten up the two wheelers and three wheelers who ride in opposite direction in the city.

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  • MN, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Stringent punishment required, so that others do not dare to repeat such act/s

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Policeman
    cannot behave this way when he has to work for protecting our law and order

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  • SHAHID, SHIRVA

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Which law which order...Police would have stopped him took fine and sent him..and that he would ride again and hit someones brother, sister, mother, father...and they die on spot...I would say Seize his Bike and license...I praise to such an officer..salute to you sir.

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  • Marle, Kudla

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    That's what he did. followed law and maintained order.

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  • Marle, Kudla

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Fools need to be taught a lesson in the way they understand and the policeman did his job really well.

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  • Judy Dsouza, Mumbai

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Well Done, It was a fatherly treatment. If not, the rider would have risked his life, pillion riders as well as many innocent people travelling or walking on the road.
    A father corrects his child when caught doing wrong. Well done. Salute you Mr. Cop.

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  • Ahmed K. C., Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    We need such policemen in D.K. and Udupi Dist and on the highways running through both districts.

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  • MV Shetty, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    Great job done by police.
    These drunkards is a threat to other safe riders, who follow the rules and become victim to these.

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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    People should take note of the political background of such law breakers .....!!!!

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  • geoffrey, hat hill

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    Our cops are good for thrashing the drunkards only, when it comes to dealing with the immoral police force their own morality takes backseat. Can't really blame them considering how the elected leaders treat the women of this nation, including their spouses too in some cases.

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  • Raghavendra M K, Mumbai Maharashtra

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    one way it is good ,like instant justice, like instant noodle.MAGGIE

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  • adarsh, Yeyyadi

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    Good Job Police....Should beat them with lathi

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  • Raj, Kudla

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    Wow ! Dialog king Saikumar & Rebel star Ambarish riding bike....haha

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  • Kumar, Kinnigoli

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    Haakochhi Anna.... birthday yenna...

    SUITS HERE

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  • RPV, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    This policeman should've been at Pilikula incident today

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    Good...
    Use laati if available...

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  • Rita, Germany

    Wed, Jan 3 2018

    @sri-elder,karkala,,to a drunken man a lati,or a shot with pistole is same .Alcohol takes over the power and they do lawless,or criminal things,to which one cant make them responsible.Best is instead of thrashing them and scolding them,just put them one night in arrest ,make them lay on cement floor,pour cold water on them tocome down from their spirits and next day read laviten to them.file case,give punishment ,or whatever needed.If they were in good senses wouldnt drive wrong direction.without wearing helmets,with full tanked.just alcohol is their God and no law.why thrash such people.Instead thrash people who break law with senses like in pillikula did.There police took wrong people in arrest .wrong world.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Jan 2 2018

    Innocent drivers trying to avoid such drunkards perish ...

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