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WATCH: Drunk Delhi Cop Hits Woman's Car, Brazens It Out Saying 'so What, Accidents Happen'

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Published:

In an unprecedented incident, a police cop in Delhi has been caught driving in an inebriated condition on the roads of Dwarka. The incident took place on Monday night when the drunk cop hit the car of a woman on the Dwarka road.

When confronted by the lady and other people on the road, it was found that the police cop was in his uniform and in a drunk condition. On being questioned about the accident, the Delhi cop blatantly replied saying that "such incidents keep happening on the roads".

"Madam, this is road, what can I do in that?" said the cop on being confronted by the lady whose car he hit. The incident was caught on camera by the onlookers. The visuals show the police cop in his uniform, sitting in his Hatchback car and not willing to come of the car when demanded by the onlookers.

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In another video, the lady, whose car was hit by the drunk police cop, said that the officer was not coming out of the car on being confronted multiple times. He only came out of the car when other police officers came on the spot and addressed him. She also alleged that the police cop, in a drunk condition, also countered her and was not ready to cooperate in the matter. She said that he also changed his police uniform and wore a t-shirt. In the video, the lady also said that there were alcohol bottles in the back-seat of his car.

The lady also added that the police cop justified his act, by saying that this is a road and accidents and murder keep happening here. 

“Road pe accident hote hai, road pe murder hote hai, road pe saare kaam hote hai (Accidents take place on road, murders take place on road)”, the cop said.

Watch the video above.

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