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Bangalore police goes quirky, wins internet with ‘Game of Thrones’ & ‘Harry Potter’ tweets!

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India TV Trending Desk India TV Trending Desk New Delhi Published on: May 04, 2017 17:17 IST
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Bangalore police wins internet with GoT and Harry Potter tweets

Most police tweets contain traffic warnings or narrating the happenings of the city. But these quirky tweets by Bangalore Police’s official twitter handle compelled us to rub our eyes in surprise. You’ll feel like saluting the creativity of Bangalore Police after reading their slapstick ‘Game of Thrones’ and ‘Harry Potter’ tweets. 

They used the witty TV series references like Harry Potter and Game of Thrones to spread awareness about otherwise boring subjects like drunk driving, road safety, cyber crime, etc. It seems like Bangalore Police is on a mission to make their tweets never go unread. Who would like to omit the tweets as hysterical as theirs? 

Needless to mention why, Bangalore Police have won the hearts of netizens, one tweet at a time. Even if you’re not a resident of Bangalore city, follow the official account of Bangalore police for your daily dose of laughter. 

Have a look at this illustrative poster telling citizens not to use the road to cross the busy road. 

We’re heavily surprised by the witty captions and intentional puns they deploy in their tweets. Come on, where do you get all these gags from? 

Bangalore Police can even compel Jon Snow to wear a helmet. They didn’t spare a chance to take a jibe at the popular GoT character. 

They cracked a joke on the drug dealers as well. You can’t stop laughing at this one! 

Why put a bland awareness post when you can pour your best innuendo into it? 

Even the Harry Potter wasn’t spared the agony of their slapsticks! 

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Way to go Bangalore Police. Because of these puns, at least we read the message behind them. 


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