Mumbai Police is not only known for their hard work but is also praised for their wittiness on Twitter.
They actively create awareness through their hilarious yet intelligent posts, tweets and videos on the social media site.
Recently, another video by them surfaced online, where they were addressing the issue of triple riding on two wheelers.
For this, they partnered with The Viral Fever.
TVF trio 'caught' by cops, 'reprimanded' for their 'offense'
The two-minute video features Sumeet Vyas, Amol Parashar and Maanvi Gagroo from TVF's Tripling series.
In the video, the trio are seen doing triple riding on a Mumbai road and are caught by cops.
They try to get away with their sweet talks, but are eventually reprimanded for their offense.
Video part of promotions of Season 2 of TVF's 'Tripling'
However, after a while, the viewers realize that the whole drama was planned by Red FM's RJ Akriti, who reveals her identity in the video after the TVF trio realizes the dangers of triple riding.
They admit, "Tripling only looks good on-screen, and not on roads."
Interestingly, this video was a part of the promotions of Season 2 of TVF's Tripling.
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Mumbai Police Commissioner lauds TVF's road safety awareness campaign
Notably, this campaign by TVF was lauded by Joint Commissioner of Mumbai Traffic Police Amitesh Kumar.
"It is the combined responsibility of the authorities as well as the citizens to ensure that our roads are safe. However, triple riding is commonly seen among the bike riders in the cit. So, it is essential to create more awareness about their hazards," he stated.
'One of the most dangerous safety violations is triple riding'
Meanwhile, head of TVF Originals, Sameer Saxena also stated that with this video, they want to create a positive impact in the society.
"One of the most dangerous safety violations that people engage in is triple riding. We are glad to have partnered with Mumbai Traffic Police and Red FM to create awareness about the dangers of triple riding," he mentioned.