Surat girl performs “Bike stunts” without helmet, booked by police
Life is unpredictable. In a world where accidents occur time and time again, it teaches us to be careful outdoors. It takes little less than a second for those less unfortunate ones to draw their last breath at the time of an accident.
Meanwhile, there are others who don’t care about their safety as they simply perform stunts while riding a bike. This time around, it’s not a boy but a girl doing bike stunt and that too without wearing a safety helmet. The video of which went viral on social media platforms.
The video also caught the attention of Gujarat police and they booked the Suraj for doing such stunts without helmet. The police booked her under multiple sections of the Indian Penal Code (i.e. Section 279, Section 188, Section 269 and sections of The Epidemic Diseases Act.)
It all happened after Sanjana alias Princi Prasad uploaded the video on Instagram and it went viral on the video blogging platform. As per the report, the police had mentioned that the video clip has been captured on Vesu and Gaurav Path localities.
In addition, the police added that they are actively taking action against those people who perform stunts because these things lead to fatal accidents. In the latest development, Sanjana has been released on bail.
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Horrifying video shows boy falling off Running Train while performing ‘Stunt’
People performing dangerous stunts on trains is not a new story in our country. A video is being circulated on social media in which a guy can be seen performing stunts without even caring about his life or family.
However, he is not seeing the adverse effects of what daredevil stunts. We have seen people getting banged by the posts suffering major injuries while doing this stunt and sometimes people have even lost their lives.
From parents to teachers across India have already been warning people not to perform such stunts. But still, there is no stopping them as they go about their business.
In a video that is doing the rounds on Twitter, a young boy is seen falling off a running train’s door. He almost fell under the wheels, while allegedly trying to do a ‘stunt’. The terrifying incident was shot on TikTok and in the first few seconds, it appears like the boy is getting run over on the tracks.
At last, the boy somehow manages to survive the fall with good luck.
The shocking clip was shared by the Ministry of Indian Railways on Twitter as a sign of warning. The caption read, “Getting off and climbing a moving train is fatal. Watch him lose his life in the course of a stunt, but every time luck will not be with him.”
The Ministry also ent on to urge people not to involve in such activities and also prevent someone from trying to do the same stunt. “Do not put your life at stake in a stunt affair !!” it added.
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MP Cop performs Ajay Devgn’s popular stunt from Singham, fined Rs 5k
Madhya Pradesh cop was penalised Rs 5,000 after a video highlighting him enacting a popular stunt from Ajay Devgn-starrer Bollywood film ‘Singham’ spread like wildfire on all social media platforms.
It is to be noted that the sub-inspector by the name of Manoj Kumar plies his trade at Narsinghgarh Police Station in MP’s Damoh district. In a video which is doing the rounds on all social media platforms, Manoj Kumar can be seen deftly balancing himself on two parallel moving cars while donning police uniform, just like the hero of cop drama movie ‘Singham’.
The cop also put on black shades in a bid to resemble like Ajay Devgn in the scene. Very soon, the daredevil act of the police officer went viral on all social media platforms. It also drew the attention of senior police officials.
After the video went viral, the Inspector General of Sagar range, Anil Sharma had issued instructions to Damoh Superintendent of Police Hemant Chauhan to initiate probe on the matter.
After investigation, the SP imposed a fine of Rs 5,000 on the sub-inspector while also warning him against the commission of any such daredevil acts in the future. The senior police officials had also observed that such acts have the potential to influence youngsters in a wrong way.