New Delhi: The admin of Mumbai Police twitter handle appears to be a very witty person. Considering the meme-oriented tweets that have been sharing lately to spread road safety messages, the ideas surely seem to have taken birth in the mind of a brilliantly humorous person.
Recently, the video of a woman saying “Hello fraaands, chai peelo” on camera had gone viral (for no reason at all!). Even though some netizens are annoyed at the very sight of the video, many have been sharing memes based on that short video. The Mumbai Police utilised the viral meme to tell Mumbaikars to wear helmets while riding twowheelers.
While in the actual video the woman offers tea, sipping on her blue mug, the tweet shared by Mumbai Police imposes the words “helmet pehnlo” replacing her “chai peelo.”
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 13, 2018
Many others joined in to contribute more #chaipeelo tweets:
— Hasnaat Khan (@Iamhasnaatkhan) June 13, 2018
*Presentation in corporate meeting*
Me: hello friends
All Clients: chai pilo…. 😀
— ANKIT DAS (@ankitdas0304) June 13, 2018
4 din ki zindagi hai, Ache se jeelo
Agar piyaas lagi to, hello fraaaaaaanndddssss….chai peelo????????✌????
— ????Madiha???? (@Bak_BakQueen) June 2, 2018
*Me entering late night in the house* Mom: Hello beta chapal khaalo. #chaipilo
— Anshul Kansal (@anshul_kansal_) June 13, 2018
— Chacha Vidhayak hai Humare (@PMOCMO) June 10, 2018
— Antique (@AnkitSadaaFilms) June 13, 2018
The Mumbai Police Twitter handle has been campaigning road safety with various memes to appeal to the younger generation:
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) June 11, 2018
Earlier they shared a ‘Ghar se nikalte hi’ meme as well:
Ghar se Kuch dur nikalte chalte
hi… hi… pic.twitter.com/1nSWbB0H92
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) May 16, 2018
Several brands have also started using the hashtag (#chaipeelo) to market their products.