Showing stunts while becoming powerful on a moving bike not only cost the driver dearly, but both the friends who made videos on other bikes also napped. The Noida Police put all three behind the bars. Please note that doing such stunts proves fatal. Recently, a child had died in Noida itself, when he was doing such stunts. The viral video first surfaced on Twitter. A man was seen riding a motorcycle unsafely on the road.
The video is being told near Sector 63. In the video, a young man is seen doing stunts while lying on a bike in Shaktimaan style. Dressed in a red shirt and mustard pants, he can be seen riding a motorcycle. The driver is wearing a helmet, and the number plate of his bike is easily hidden from the other helmet. However, at the beginning of the video, when the man was being filmed from the front, you could see the number of the bike. A man riding behind him on another bike purportedly filmed the video.
On Thursday, as soon as the video of a young man doing stunts on a bike went viral on the internet media, the police started investigating the matter. In the evening, tagging Noida Police, Noida Traffic Police, UP Traffic Police, and UP Police on Twitter, a youth named Sonu Singh shared the youth riding on Splendor. Writing vehicle number UP 14 DU 4253, described the video as near Chhijarsi located in Sector-63. After the video went viral, people on internet media started demanding action against it. ACP Central Noida Abdul Qadir says that after gathering information about the video, the accused youths were caught by the police and arrested, and sent behind the bars.
Action is being taken after a viral video
At the same time, a video of a young man carrying a stick on a jeep near Noida Sector-32 went viral. Even before that, a video of a young man doing stunts on two Fortuner cars near Soharkha village located in Sector-115 had gone viral. Taking action in both cases, the police arrested the accused. After the incidents, on the orders of the Commissioner of Police, the police had also consulted the families by visiting the houses of the stunted youths.