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Pune Police Give COVID-19 Twist To 'Money Heist' Poster To Urge People To Wear Mask

The police department took to twitter to play with a poster of popular Spanish series, Money Heist. The picture shows characters wearing masks.

'Bella ciao!': Pune police urges people to wear masks with 'Money Heist' poster

After using the famous Israeli series, Fauda, to ask people to stay home, Pune Police yet again used a popular Netflix series to convey an important message. The police department took to Twitter to play with a poster of popular Spanish series, Money Heist. The picture, posted earlier on April 17, shows all the characters of the series standing in a stadium wearing masks.

'Bella Ciao'

The poster also has ‘Bella Ciao’ written on it along with a line in Marathi that hilariously asks people to wear their masks before engaging in protests or other outdoor activities. Bella Ciao is the Italian protest song that became famous after featuring in the Netflix series. Also, in the caption, the department explained the logic behind the professor and his gang of robbers wearing mask saying that after all masks were they "real protection".

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The poster has received nearly 990 likes since posted and a lot of comments from people who flooded the post with their curious comments. Many other users also took the opportunity to share their love for Money Heist. Yet another lauded Pune Police for their wit and humour. 

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