Government being the government, drew the social distancing circles in the weirdest possible places inside a railway station in West Bengal.
That's not all, the local Netizen decided to channelize his inner unofficial Ninja and accepted the challenge of staying inside these oddly marked circles, even if it meant taking uncomfortable positions to fit inside the circle.
Don't get me wrong, it's a great initiative for social distancing but I'm no gymnast or a yoga guru to squat or lunge just to be in a queue and neither is half of India.
Well, thanks to the generosity of Twitter user MiishNottyAna a.k.a Anamika for sharing this gold with the world, here are all the uncomfortable painful pictures you need to see to make your backache worse.
So these guys made circles in some station in West Bengal at awkward places to maintain Social distancing 😂 1/2 pic.twitter.com/3tTw8JuOVe— Anamika (@MiishNottyAna) September 12, 2020
I literally just found some more pics of him here itself 😂 Adding them too!! 😭😂 pic.twitter.com/L271fGclSO— Anamika (@MiishNottyAna) September 12, 2020
Twitter has created its own meme 'circle' after seeing this hilarious photoshoot:
Did they construct rly station later , after putting these circles ?— Sandeep (@Sandeep47742662) September 12, 2020
😂😂😂😂 karo toh prob na karo toh b prob pic.twitter.com/lH8Djcr62f— Anamika (@MiishNottyAna) September 12, 2020
Official statement...the circles were painted earlier, obstructions were erected later. 😂😂😂— Vishwesh Kamat (@bangdacurry) September 12, 2020
The definition of "not my job"— 🐳 (@isarans) September 12, 2020
LOL. How creative!— Kitty (@KeyTeaCaTea) September 12, 2020
Ha to baith ne ke liye bhi jageh chahiye na... aur pichvada tika ke khade rehne ke liye bhi prabandh kiya hai— Prof Therkio (@asadjambughoda) September 12, 2020
They were asked to make circles but they weren’t instructed to think 😂— TrueActivist (@activisttrue6) September 12, 2020
Looks like kids playing hide n seek at railway station 🤣🤣🤣🤣 https://t.co/LwJBXZthyU— Rohit Upadhyaya 🇮🇳 (@RohitUp05548843) September 14, 2020
Next set of pics would be like this😂 pic.twitter.com/XbQPFFavId— Deepak Arudi (@ArudiDeepak) September 12, 2020