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Mumbai cop’s savage reply to a man who asks if he can ‘drink wine and drive’

By Saima Siddiqui 
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Mumbai: The Mumbai Police never fails to amuse us with it quirky posts on social media, making serious information noticeable and fun. This time again, the Mumbai Police witty reply to a Twitter user, who asked if he could drink wine and drive, left the netizens in splits.

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A user named Shivam Vahia wrote a tweet saying, “So if I drink wine and drive, will Mumbai Police put me behind bars or show me the nearest bar?”.

The user in his tweet cited a statement by Maharashtra Minister Sanjay Raut wherein the leader said that wine is not liquor. Raut told media, “If wine sale increases, farmers will get benefit from it. We’ve done this to double farmers’ income. BJP only opposes but does nothing for farmers”. Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut was speaking on the government’s decision to allow the sale of wine in supermarkets and walk-in stores in Maharashtra.

To which, Mumbai Police made a cheeky retort to the user, saying, “Sir, we recommend you raise your bar and ride in a chauffeur-driven car, after drinking, like a ‘responsible citizen. Else if the breathalyzer detects the alcohol content in the wine you drank (which it will to be frank), you will have to be our guest behind the bars”.

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It is to be mentioned, the Twitter handle of Mumbai Police has five million followers and the latest tweet has received 7,686 likes and 983 re-shares so far.

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