Man Gives Chennai Police Station 4-star Rating, Now Everyone’s Doing It

General News

A police station from Tamil Nadu is going viral on social media after a man decided to review it on Google maps. Logeshwaran S reviewed the police station.

Written By Vishal Tiwari | Mumbai | Updated On:
man

A police station from Tamil Nadu is going viral on social media after a man decided to review it on Google Maps. Logeshwaran S, a resident of Tamil Nadu posted a review of the Thirumullaivoyal T10 Police Station in Chennai, describing the experience of his stay there. 

The review

Logeshwaran in his review claimed that he was detained around midnight for travelling without proper documents. He said the police station was 'clean' and the staff was very kind. By staff, he meant officials at the police station. Logeshwaran said he didn't face any harassment by the police and that he was released the next morning without having to pay any bribe. While ending his review, Logeshwaran also asked his readers to visit the place once in a lifetime. 

Read: Prisoner Gives 5-star Review To Colombo Police Station, Says 'nice Experience'

So, lets come to the rating part now. Logeshwaran gave the police station 4 stars. After his post went viral, many people took to Google and gave their own reviews of the police station. The rating of the police station went up from 3.7 to 4.2 stars. 

Read: Police Register FIR In Bulandshahr Home Guard Scam

Deputy Commissioner Easwaran told the media that he is going to investigate the detainment following the news of the review went viral. Though it's positive, such reviews are not a good trend, Easwaran added.

Read: Haryana Police Nabs Wanted Gangster

In another bizarre incident, a police station in Colombo, Sri Lanka received five-star reviews on Google Maps. A Twitter user shared the screenshot of the review and netizens couldn't keep calm. A person by the name Wijesekara Pathurjan shared the review of Kollupitiya Police Station in which he explained his treatment inside the jail. The picture of the review posted with a quirky caption has gone viral on various social media platforms and has already received thousands of likes and comments. The post has also been retweeted 1,100 times.

Read: Police Enter Hong Kong Campus As Government Slams US Bills
 

Published:
By 2030, 40% Indians will not have access to drinking water
SAVE WATER NOW
PEOPLE HAVE PLEDGED SO FAR
DO NOT MISS