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Man seeks Delhi Police's help in finding girlfriend, their hilarious reply wins internet

Delhi Police's hilarious response to a social media user's plea for help in finding a girlfriend has gone viral, showcasing their knack for witty comebacks on social media.

Edited By: Vaidehi Jahagirdar New Delhi Published on: May 31, 2024 18:40 IST
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The Delhi Police, known for their humorous and witty comebacks on social media, once again had netizens in stitches with their latest response. On Friday, they replied to a not so usual plea plea from a social media user who sought their help in finding a girlfriend.

A user identified as Shivam Bharadwaj posted on X (formerly Twitter), requesting help from the Delhi Police in his quest for a girlfriend. His post read, "Meri girlfriend kab banwaoge? Main abhi signal hoon, Delhi Police. This is not fair, you should help me find a girlfriend for me."

In classic Delhi Police style, they responded with a hilarious and witty comeback. Without missing a beat, the Delhi Police replied, "Sir, we can help you find her (only if she ever goes missing). Tip: If you are a 'signal', we hope you stay green, not red."

The witty reply quickly went viral, amassing over 466.3k views. Social media users went gaga over the tweet, labeling the Delhi Police's response as “epic” and enjoying the lighthearted banter.

Further, this isn't the first time Delhi Police has been praised for their engaging and humorous social media presence. Earlier in 2023, a playful exchange between Delhi and Mumbai Police regarding Indian cricket player Mohammed Shami’s performance in the World Cup semi-finals also captured the public’s attention.

Following India’s victory over New Zealand, Delhi Police tweeted a jest about Mumbai Police not lodging any case against Shami for his ‘deadly attack’ on the New Zealand team. Mumbai Police humorously responded, pointing out Delhi Police’s oversight about ‘stealing innumerable hearts’ and listing some ‘co-accused,’ while subtly showcasing their understanding of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and celebrating the public’s sense of humor.

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