Lockdown Violators Forced To Sit With Fake Covid-19 Patient

NEWS: Indian police have resorted to creative punishment ideas in order to to punish lockdown violators. Police authorities in Tiruppur are pranking covidiots by placing them inside an ambulance that has a man pretending to be a COVID-19 patient, reports India Today.

Previously foreign tourists were made to write sorry 500 times to performing aartis, the Indian police are not messing around.

In this video, police officers can be seen stopping three men riding a bike together. The men, who were not wearing a face mask, were violating the lockdown rules, reports Deccan Herald. So, to teach them the importance of social distancing, cops put them inside an ambulance with the fake COVID-19 patient. The scared men tried to flee, gave out panicked cries, and even begged the police officers to let them out.

Have a look at the hilarious video: 

The funny video ended with a warning message from the officers trying to raise awareness about social distancing.

The peculiar initiative was applauded by many people who enjoyed the hilarious prank:

LOL! What a clever way to raise awareness about social distancing. We hope the sense of fear will keep covidiots indoors. After all, we all must follow lockdown protocols to win the war against coronavirus.

About Naufal Khan

Naufal Khan was the Publisher at ADISHAKTI MEDIA and the editor-in-chief of the South African Indian news service Indian Spice. Khan was former Sunday Times journalist and also an occult fiction and non-fiction writer with several published titles.