Mumbai Police Has An Interesting Take On The Viral #JCBKiKhudai Memes, Ask Citizens To Stay Alert Drawing Spider-man Reference

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Time and again Mumbai Police has come up with viral social media content to extend several regulatory messages. Taking a sly dig at the online sensation, Mumbai Police recently extended a message for the citizens asking them to stay aware of their surroundings.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

Time and again Mumbai Police has come up with viral social media content to extend several regulatory messages. Their interesting takes on the trending issues are widely praised by the Twitter-verse. 

On Thursday, Mumbai Police grabbed many eye-balls yet again for its thought-provoking take on the recent JCB digger memes that are currently going viral across social media platforms. While nobody knows why JCB digger memes are all over the Internet.

Taking a sly dig at the online sensation, Mumbai Police has extended a message for the citizens asking them to stay aware of their surroundings. It shared a meme on Twitter with a picture of JCB and spider-man and described them as 'herd' and 'hero' respectively. Urging people to stay alert like a 'hero', instead of a being in a crowd, killing time (sharing pointless memes), the picture read, "An alert Mumbaikar watching over suspicious movements/objects in the city!"

The post was wittily captioned saying, "Superheroes, (J)ust (C)an’t (B)e with a crowd killing time! #BeAlertBeAHero"

Here's the post:

The magnitude of the popularity of the British company’s crane in the country got evident recently when #JCBKiKhudayi started trending on social media. Netizens in India are sharing memes and GIFs with hashtags of JCB excavators. Made out of pictures of cricketers, politicians, and actors, the memes that are flooding the internet are shared with the caption. 

The basis for #JCBkiKhudayi trending was about how much people love to just stand and watch the machine carrying out its digging process. It’s a normal sight in India to see the JCB machine being surrounded by many during its activity. Even when they are not on the streets, but in front of their gadgets, they still love to admire its beauty, as normal digging videos of the JCB, have raked in 4 million views on YouTube. Some of the interesting ones like ‘JCB Tractor Dancing’ have even fetched 15 million views. 

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