Mumbai Police's lit Twitter account, known for its witty tweets and interesting hashtags for important messages on safety and security, just posted a new tweet. To drive home a message about the importance of helmets, Mumbai Police posted a video of Ms Mahavar. Do keep the volume up for this one.
Since being posted some six hours before writing this, the tweet has collected over 3,800 'likes' and more than 1,700 retweets.
"The Mumbai Police's Twitter department needs a raise," says one Twitter user. "Dear Mumbai police, this is hilarious but you have got a great sense of humour along with showing right path to the youth," says another.
Meanwhile, here are some tweets on the Internet-famous #ChaiPiLo Aunty:
4 din ki zindagi hai, Ache se jeeloAgar piyaas lagi to, hello fraaaaaaanndddssss....chai peelo- Madiha (@Bak_BakQueen) June 2, 2018
When she says "Chai peelo fraands"- Savage (@CutestFunniest) June 8, 2018
instead of "Buddy have some tea" pic.twitter.com/uDMK1L1zDf
When She Says 'Gud Morning Frands Chai Peelo' Instead Of 'Good Morning Baby Have Some Tea' pic.twitter.com/HARmYwZOLe- YASH RICHHARIYA (@GokuMeraDost) June 12, 2018
*Me entering late night in the house* Mom: Hello beta chapal khaalo. #chaipilo- Anshul Kansal (@anshul_kansal_) June 13, 2018
Mumbai Police often uses popular memes to raise awareness about important issues. The handle used the Race 3 meme based on actor Daisy Shah's "Our business is our business... none of your business" dialogue to share a message about cyber security.
Mumbai Police also posted their version of the 'If you don't love me' meme. Click for more trending news