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Man Fined ₹33,000 for Scooter Holi Stunt

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For many, making reels has become a daily ritual. People on the internet are always up for anything and everything, making headlines whether it’s dancing, modeling, or any other kind of video. And just when you thought things couldn’t get any stranger, a video appears online, goes viral, and infuriates people on social media. Three individuals—two girls and one boy—are shown in the video riding scooters. The two girls are seen in the video playing Holi and acting provocatively while riding pillion on the two-wheeler.

In the video, the two girls exchange colourful powders on each other’s cheeks while a Hindi film song plays in the background. The boy, on the other hand, is seen driving the scooter, while another person shot the video. Social media users have become outraged after watching the clip and are demanding action against the viral video.

After the video went viral, it caught the attention of Noida traffic police as well. Responding to the X post, the cops informed that a fine of ₹ 33,000 has been issued against the concerned vehicle.

“Taking cognizance of the above complaint, action has been taken against the concerned vehicle for violation of traffic rules by issuing e-challan (fine ₹ 33000/-) as per rules,” the Noida Traffic Police tweeted in Hindi.

Meanwhile, internet users slammed the people involved in the act in the viral clip. “what message will these two girls, indulging in such obscene acts, convey to society? Even children watch these videos,” wrote one user. “They are in an inabriated condition. Need to take immediate action against such obscene behaviour in full day light in the guise of Holi,” said another.

“Under the guise of Holi, the supposedly cultured girls have spread obscenity, the influence of Delhi Metro has reached Greater Noida, should we call this vulgarity or the ghost of reels?” commented a third, referencing another viral video of two girls engaging in provocative behaviour aboard Delhi Metro.

Before engaging in more intimate activities like pressing their faces together and lying close, the girls—dressed in traditional Indian attire—were seen dousing each other’s faces with colored powder in the previous video. The incident was reported to the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). The officials conjectured that deepfake technology may have been used in the production of the content.

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