Retired IAS slaps woman, but CCTV shows woman was harassing him, threw his phone first

Another new video of controversy related to pets is going viral on social media. This video is said to be from Noida in which an argument took place between a retired IAS officer and a woman. When the woman tried to snatch his phone, the officer allegedly slapped her. This incident was captured on CCTV and went viral on social media. The police are investigating the matter

This case pertains to the lift of the Park Laureate Society of Sector 108, Noida. When a woman takes her pet dog in the lift, the retired IAS officer asks the woman to get down from the lift but she refuses to get down from the lift with her pet dog, hence the dispute starts. The commotion started when both the retired officer and the dog’s owner took out their phones and started videoing the incident.

In the video, which has now gone viral on social media, the woman can be seen snatching the phone from the hand of the retired IAS officer to stop him from filming amid the fight, following which the man slapped her. Noida SP gives a statement, “There has been a dispute over taking a dog in the lift. Talks are being held with both parties, and the station in charge is on the spot. According to preliminary information, there has been a fight between the two parties, a CCTV statement said. “We expect that necessary action will be taken following the investigation.”

The viral video has been viewed by more than 2 million people. After seeing the body, different types of reactions are coming out from the people. One user writes, “The behavior of lady is condemnable.”

Another user writes, “The retired govt officer (IAS) would have simply avoided the altercation and taken another lift rather than getting into a situation wherein it leaves a bad taste for both parties against each other forever. I hope the police take appropriate action.”

Another user writes, “It is clearly visible that the fight was started by woman when she snatched the phone & threw it on the ground. There was no need to escalate the situation by snatching and throwing phone and then crying foul later. You must treat others with respect to get respect.”

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