In a tremendously hilarious incident involving the Uttar Pradesh police again, a local man did something very bizarre and funnily uncanny. While '100' as a number is always on our speed dial to call the cops in case of any emergency, we usually don't call them unless the need of the hour arises. But this man from UP didn't think twice before dialling their number because he desperately needed a favour.
The man dialled 100 and when the cops answered his call they didn't really know what to say. The young man's emergency was that he needed a ride because he didn't have enough money to take the bus. The gutsy youth told the cops that he needed to get to Gunnuar in their vehicle because he didn't have enough money to pay for the bus.
He argued that it was wise for him to ask them for a ride since their vehicle is intended for public transport. While the man may have been absolutely correct, his request was still funny and I think the cops saw the humour in it too. The unabashed youth tried to convince the cops that since their vehicle was a government one, he was allowed to use it as public transport too. The cops stumped beyond belief didn't have much to say except capture this funny dialogue with him.16 March 2019
The video shows the cops pretty astounded by the young man's request. So much so that they're compelled to ask him if he's high or does drugs to which the youth said “nasha nahi karta mai, mai chillum pita hun bachpane se.” ( I don't do drugs, I only smoke a chillum), right after which he brandished his chillum right in front of the cops. He also cited that he's well educated.
Wait, don't go away just yet, there's part 2 of the video too.
2nd Part pic.twitter.com/Wvb7737XGE— Chowkidar Tushar Chauhan ð®ð³ (@tushrchauhan) 16 March 2019
In the second part the youth is adamant about being taken to Gunnuar and he insists that it shouldn't be an issue since it's a 'sarkari gadi'. The cops seemingly agreed and sounded convinced by the end of it but we're not sure if the youth was taken to Gunnuar.
Well, TBH, the youth does make a debatable point across about using government vehicles for the good of the people but we're not sure if he said it being high on the 'chillum' or because he was actually broke and desperately needed to get to his village. Whatever the reason was, the internet had a mighty good laugh and the UP police were shamelessly trolled for going through such inane things on a daily basis (remember the cop who screamed 'thain thain' when his gun stopped working?). Well, we all had a good laugh and we really hope the lad finally reached his destination safe and sound, with his chillum intact.