Mumbai Police in a deadly tweet calls out to all criminals

Published: Jun 24, 2019, 11:04 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Mumbai Police's tweet on social media is a shout out to all the criminals in the city and we must say it is impressive!

Mumbai Police in a deadly tweet calls out to all criminals
Pic courtesy/Twitter/Mumbai Police

The Mumbai Police on social networking website Twitter shared an interesting post warning all the notorious brats in the city! In the latest post on Twitter, Mumbai police called out to all the criminals looking for trouble with a stern warning. Check out the post below! 

Mumbai Police went creative with this post which shows 'How to cheat people' in the google search engine with the answer 'Mumbai Police wants to know your location.' They brilliantly captioned this post as 'If you seek trouble, trouble is exactly what you will find. #SeekAndFind,' Mumbai Police has always been on their toes to keep the city and its citizens safe and crime free.

Also Read: Mumbai Police's latest post on Twitter will leave you with chills!

Mumbai police known for their quirky tweets, trolled the Pakistan cricket team on social networking website Twitter by sharing a picture of a green traffic signal, signifying the jersey colour of Pakistan, and tweeting, "India, see green? Accelerate. Like you always do." "Hats off...What a level of trolling and social message.. appreciate," a user tweeted. "Savage Mumbai Police," wrote another user...Read full story

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