Couple romances on a moving Royal Enfield on Holi: Police launch lookout [Video]

We have seen several videos of couples romancing on motorcycles from across the country in the recent past. In most cases, the police have booked the couples and even seized the motorcycles. The latest such incident is from Rajasthan where a couple was spotted romancing on the B2 Bypass in Jaipur.

The couple was spotted by a fellow motorist who recorded a video of the incidemnt. The viral video caught the eyes of the police who has now started an investigatuon. Rajasthan Police launched a probe and started tracking down the couple who were performing dangerous stunts on the public roads. The police have started the search based on the registration number of the motorcycle. The traffic police will likely issue a challan to the accused couple once the details are found and verified.

The video shows the couple on a Royal Enfield motorycle. The girl sitting on the tank is facing the rider and the location is verified by the road signs.

 First happened in Goa back in 2015

Couple romances on a moving Royal Enfield on Holi: Police launch lookout [Video]

In 2015, a similar incident happened in Goa, which became viral on the Internet. The couple from Madhya Pradesh were riding their motorcycle in a similar fashion to the couple above. Another motorist clicked pictures of them, which became viral. The Goa Police then traced the couple and handed them a challan of Rs 1,000 for riding in a dangerous way on the public roads.

With social media becoming a powerful tool, there are not many people who can escape challans after doing such stunts on the public roads. The way in which the couple was riding is considered as a stunt and dangerous riding on the public roads.

Doing any kind of stunts on public roads is illegal and the violators can even go to jail along with paying massive fines. Doing stunts on public roads can land you in a spot due to various reasons. If anyone wants to practice stunting or want to record videos, it should be done on private property such as race tracks and even farmhouses. Also, one should take note that such stunts are extremely dangerous.

Most metropolitan cities now have a network of CCTV that is closely monitored by a team of police personnel. The cops issue challan based on the violation by tracking the registration number. Many viral videos also come the base for issuing challans. In this age of digital challans, one should be extremely careful on what they do and how they behave on the roads.

Shantonil Nag

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