Mumbai Police Back With A Quirk To Give Road Safety Lessons

Mumbai Police Back With A Quirk To Give Road Safety Lessons

Mumbai police is back with the latest social media posts and this time they took people back to 90’s and shared Cartoon Network’s hit show “Scooby-Doo, Where are You!” clip. The clip, in which Shaggy is seen chasing his pal Scooby with an angry shark while the former keenly keeps safe distance. The idea is to encourage lane discipline of keeping safe distances between two automobiles while driving.

Picture Credits : Twitter

Picture Credits: Twitter

The funny image captioned with “Always good to maintain safe distance with #LaneDiscipline” and did a wonderful job to talk about a serious precaution in a delightful manner over the social media platform Twitter.

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Many loved how Mumbai Police used the 90s hit cartoon show to make a fair point and people came up with other cartoon clips to respond to the tweet. Since almost every 90 kid has seen the show and has great influence on them.

Just after this Mumbai Police used Deathly Hallows from Harry Potter to refer the issue of road safety. The tweet is accompanied by a road safety sign inspired by the Death Hallows symbol which represents the invisibility cloak, the resurrection stone and the elder wand in the series.

Picture Credits: Twitter

Picture Credits: Twitter