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'Troubleseekers' Warned: Mumbai Police Issues A 'Tit-for-tat' Warning To Fraudsters, Netizens Appreciate The Department's 'on-point' Social Media Game

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Issuing a stern warning to those committing fraudulent activities Mumbai Police on Sunday, shared a message saying ' If you seek trouble, trouble is exactly what you will find'.
  • Recently, creating awareness against using phones while driving, it shared a Will Smith starrer- 'Seven Pounds'-inspired meme
  • Twitter has loved the Mumbai Police's social game while deciphering why one would write ' How to cheat people' on Google

Issuing a stern warning to those hell-bent on committing fraudulent activities and being obvious about it by typing 'How to cheat people' on Google, Mumbai Police on Sunday, shared a message saying ' If you seek trouble, trouble is exactly what you will find'.

Mumbai Police has regularly issued such quirky messages carrying social messages. Recently, creating awareness against using phones while driving, it shared a Will Smith starrer- 'Seven Pounds'-inspired meme writing  - ‘In seven days, God created the world,’ in seven seconds, don’t  shatter yours !'

The meme shows Smith and his newly-engaged fiancee driving in a car. His fiancee looks admiringly at her ring while Smith is driving the car when he receives a text message. As he views the message while driving, a car rushes down the road from the opposite side, which Smith fails to notice before its too late. The cars swerve to avoid collision and lose balance.

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Reacting to Mumbai Police's social 'crackdown' on frauds, Twitter has loved the Mumbai Police's social game while deciphering why one would write ' How to cheat people' on Google.

Mumbai Police Is Now Inspired By Shahid Kapoor's 'Kabir Singh', Turn Viral Clip From The Trailer Into A Hilarious Meme. See It Here

Mumbai Police has often used Bollywood as a means to connect with people. Recently, the official Twitter handle shared a meme from the trailer of Kabir Singh, where the protagonist is forced to do something, and then he retaliates and says that he will not do it. Taking a spin on drunk driving, the tweet reads, "Friend after drinks: Chal drive pe Chalte Hain, Me: Nahi Aunga Matlab Nahi Aunga Bolana Nahi Aunga."

 

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