The Mumbai Police very well knows how to be witty and send out a clear message at the same time.
They shared a post on 31st December advising people to stay home on New Year’s Eve during the night curfew.
Single and ready to mingle but ONLINE.#SafetyFirstOn31st #StayHome #StaySafe #PartyResponsibly pic.twitter.com/llSHhma9ba— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) December 31, 2020
The post was funny and received a lot of reactions and responses. One particular person tried to play along with the tweet and asked:
What if I reach her place by 11 PM and stay there overnight?
The Mumbai Police has always aced the game and had the most apt reply to his question.
We hope you have taken her consent else we have an alternate accommodation for the night in mind for you! #ConsentMatters #SafetyFirstOn31st https://t.co/nKbdA64rOF— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) December 31, 2020
@MumbaiPolice is killing it with great memorable and connecting messaging 👍. If all the Start-Ups/new-economy Co could take a leaf out of their book on how to communicate and maximize your messaging – you can save half your investor money blown up paying @Facebook & @Google 😊😊— Ronnie Screwvala (@RonnieScrewvala) December 31, 2020
Mumbai Police is just Savage😂— Shubham Rajput (@shubhamkahite11) January 1, 2021
Love & Respect for our @MumbaiPolice 🙌#ConsentMatters https://t.co/GKhJy9mCZw
Professional and witty #MumbaiPolice https://t.co/XwCkGnYwyx— Akshay (@krazywords) January 1, 2021
Height of savagery 🤣 https://t.co/bPD78MolL4— Umang chhajed (@umangchhajed) January 1, 2021
Brilliance at its best 👍💯 https://t.co/IGHnQ7aU03— abhinav ganeshan (@babwire87) January 1, 2021
Meme Police https://t.co/g5mY3QLCle— Mystic Monk (@spacegrey22) January 1, 2021
Indian police talking about the concept of ‘consent’ brings tears in my eyes!— Ankita Gupta (@ankitaiitr) December 31, 2020
Humour on top is killer. 😂😍 https://t.co/S3y253AXa2
Alternate accommodation!! 😀😀😀 https://t.co/nXLCOLGIvp— உதய மார்த்தாண்டன்® (@RisingSun_MKS) December 31, 2020
Mumbai Police starting the new year on the right humourous note.