No balcony for phone calls, fine for guests: Bengaluru society’s strange rules for bachelors’ fume internet
Holi, the festival of colours has finally arrived. People across the country are celebrating the festival with much fervor and fanfare by smearing colours on each other.
However, one thing is more important to make Holi a little extra special and that is ‘Bhang’. People usually drink ‘Bhang’ and dance to Bollywood music to make the Holi celebrations a little special.
Meanwhile, a man from Gurugram has been hogging the limelight on social media after he ordered ‘Bhang’ online. The man identified as Shubham reportedly ordered ‘Bhang’ from online food delivery platform Zomato.
Now, the tweet of Zomato is going viral with another reply from Delhi Police. The hilarious turn of events has left Twitteratis amazed.
Sharing Shubham’s order, Zomato tweeted, “Someone please tell Shubham from Gurgaon we don’t deliver ‘Bhaang ki Goli’. He has asked us 14 times.” (sic)
Reacting to the tweet, Delhi Police wrote, “If anyone meets Shubham… tell him not to drive if he consumes Bhaang.”
Meanwhile, netizens flooded the comment section with hilarious reactions.
If anyone meets Shubham.... tell him not to drive if he consumes Bhaang. https://t.co/r94hxt5jeL— Delhi Police (@DelhiPolice) March 7, 2023
“Hello zomato, I live in Delhi not Gurugram. It has been a ritual to consume bhang on Holi every year, more so because my birthday falls on Holi. Please try to understand my situation,” commented a user named Shubham. (sic)
Another user hilariously wrote, “If someone meets Shubham ask him to return my Rs 200. He is not picking my phone.”
“Delhi Police got no chills. Happy Holi guys,” commented another user with laughing emojis (sic)