Educating citizens about driving on the wrong side of the road, Mumbai Police's social media team put out this witty tweet which featured a short video of vehicles driving on the wrong side and the police telling citizens, "No matter how bad the traffic, don't let it drive you to break the rules!"
Punning on the 'three magical words', here's how they reminded Mumbaikars that they are always here for the service of citizens.
This year on Friendship Day, the force asked citizens to distinguish their real friends from the rest and share only the best experiences with the best, while ommitting the rest.
Reiterating the need for road safety yet again, Mumbai Police asked citizens to take the right 'crash course'.
One of the most precious scenes from Avengers Endgame was when Iron Man and his daughter say goodnight to each other and exchange "I love you 3000". Well, our force picked it up and here's what they had to say.
They say time and tide wait for no man, but time and speed, too, should not be mixed up, as it distances you from safety.
When Chandrayaan-2 successfully entered the Lunar orbit, Mumbai Police once again reminded citizens that it has been orbiting the city since 1669.
Taking it ahead one of its Dial 100 initiatives and encouraging citizens to act quickly, Mumbai Police, known to be extremely helful during the monsoon and even otherwise, encouraged citizens to not leave themselves alone as they are just a call away.
After encouraging citizens to not drink and drive, Mumbai Police is here to tell you to not text and drive as your loved ones can wait.
Not just drinking and driving or texting and driving, Mumbai Police says you should not even eat while behind a wheel, else you will be 'served' right.
Taking inspiration from the mature guy or the mature bag meme, Mumbai Police encouraged citizens to report objects which are unidentified and lying unused.
Mumbai Police's Twitter handle leaves nothing behind, not even a Stranger Things reference.
If Neil Armstrong can wear a helmet, so can you, says the Mumbai Police.
Mumbai Police took to Twitter to cite another message of road safety by referring to UEFA Champions League semi-final football match between Liverpool and Barcelona. Mumbai Police cited the fourth goal that Liverpool scored against the Spanish team, to convey another message of road safety and awareness.
Mumbai Police's Twitter handle; @MumbaiPolice has gained mass popularity as the face of the force that gets the point across humorously. The smart and funny officers recently garnered immense respect for rapping Bollywood star Varun Dhawan for taking a risky selfie on the city's streets with a fan. The photo which caught attention of Mumbai Police was published by mid-day. All Pics/ Twitter (@MumbaiPolice)
The police force's handle has over four million followers. In this tweet, they advise residents to use strong passwords to prevent cyber frauds.
In this well thought out tweet, the Mumbai police shared a screenshot of a Google search for "Why are helmets not good while riding". Interestingly, Google was out of answers for the question.
A Halloween-themed tweet warning miscreants is the perfect mix of Mumbai Police's hilarity and seriousness.
Putting a twist on the popular ad for Amul's men's vests, the department gave a stern warning to any eve-teasers on the streets.
Taking a cue from Harry Potter's best headmaster, the police force guaranteed that "help will always be given at Mumbai to those who ask for it."
As a message promotiong anti-malware software, Mumbai police gave the historical example of the Trojan War. You never know whats waiting inside your horse, or in this case, computer!
In an adorable tweet, the police force points out that only the trolls we see on much-loved cartoons are appreciated. Online trolls are a force against the order and peace of digital conversations.
The real secret superstars are the alert residents amongst us
Even if your latest iPhone does not have the best facial recognition capabilities, Mumbai Police will identify you in a very short time.
Our heroes need no capes! Mumbai police protects the city constantly and often without appreciation. They really are superheroes.
Texting while driving can lead to catastrophe and this meme is a strong reminder to all Mumbai residents against doing so.
While the hit TV series 'Breaking Bad' is a thing of the recent past, Mumbai police has been breaking the bad right since 1947.
Taylor Swift's popular song 'Look What You Made Be Do" seems to have inspired Mumbai police to put out this amazing tweet as a reminder to criminals.
Another reminder to Mumbaikars that not all thieves need to be physically present.
The then commissioner of Mumbai Police, DD Padsalgikar, reminds us to care for the environment, or face the wrath of nature.
Quoting a popular song, Mumbai police tweets, "Ain't no mountain high enough, ain't no river wide enough, if you need us, call us"
Making a reference to Ed Sheeran's hit song 'Shape of You', the police force promises to prect Mumbai against all crimes.
The Twitter handle reminds villains that Mumbai police is constantly on their lookout. This meme is inspired by Joffrey Baratheon from the popular American Drama Series 'Game of Thrones'.
As a strong reminder to motorists not to travel in more than groups of two on bikes, Mumbai Police gives this strong message.
Mumbai Police: Rules are a man's best friend. Will help you indeed #RulesForAReason
Taking a page out of Jack Sparrow's book, @MumbaiPolice urges all fans and non-fans of the "Pirates of the Carribean" to not share their Personal Identification Numbers over the phone
The Mumbai police is a force full of brave men and women who guard the city against all threats, 24x7
As a simple reminder to the city's youth, the police force urges us to remember our loved ones while thinking of using illegal narcotics
In a cool use of the popular Christmas carol, the authorities remind us to seize the incessant and unecessary honking on roads
This meme is a reminder to Mumbaikars to not drink and drive
With their wit and mindfulness, Mumbai police's Twitter handle is a treasure trove of funny tweets, memes and videos, all with an aim to to inform, educate and protect Mumbaikars. Here's a look at some of their most hilarious posts.
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