Case Against Ex-Congress Corporator For "Misbehaving'' With Cop In Mumbai

Miranda and his wife Tulip, who is a corporator, were trying to intervene in a quarrel between two men and reached the police station, the official said.

Case Against Ex-Congress Corporator For 'Misbehaving'' With Cop In Mumbai

No arrest has been made.

Mumbai:

A case has been registered against a former Congress corporator for allegedly misbehaving with a woman police sub-inspector in suburban Vakola.

A First Information Report was registered against Brian Miranda at Vakola police station on Wednesday night, said an official.

Miranda and his wife Tulip, who is a corporator, were trying to intervene in a quarrel between two men and reached the police station, the official said.

Miranda allegedly got into a heated exchange with the woman police official on duty.

A case was registered against him under IPC sections 189 (threat of injury to public servant) and 509 (word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman).

Miranda denied the allegations.

"I only accompanied my wife to the police station as she does not know how to drive the car. It is a false and baseless case," he said.

No arrest has been made.