A car owner was fined by Uttarakhand Police for displaying their car number in a quirky way. In a post shared on Twitter by the department, before and after pictures were shared of the car with a witty jibe. The tweet has left netizens in splits and it will leave you laughing out loud as well.
It all happened when a car owner installed a number plate with the digits 4141 in a manner that looked like the Hindi word ‘Papa’. Now, that’s creative! But the police department had other plans. After slapping a challan on the owner, the department made them change the number plate into digits printed in a normal font.
“After receiving the complaint on tweet #UttarakhandPolice called the vehicle owner to the traffic office, got the number plate changed and challaned,” read the caption.
Take a look:
— Uttarakhand Police (@uttarakhandcops)
The post has garnered over 400 likes and many reactions. Many netizens shared similar pictures of nameplates where the numbers were written in a manner to represent a word. Others simply couldn’t stop laughing at the creativity.
— Avnish kumar (@AvnishK95415843)
— Abhineet Singh (@staytuned_abhi)
But how come gentleman is roaming with this number plate in town. Pro active measure should be taken to prevent these things in future.
— Boots,Belts & Berets (@mayanksing82)
Hats off to the thought of the person…if we zoom and see it is like numbers with a line above…. genius
— G Sridhar (@GSridha08863555)
— Student.. (@student_forevr)
— Shank (@kevincsk28)
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