Soumya Prakash Pradhan

The police and transport authorities in India frequently create awareness about safe riding on public roads, but many people ignore these rules and ride bikes and other vehicles irresponsibly and carelessly despite various warnings.

Recently, a viral video showed a woman performing a risky bike stunt on the streets of Pune.

She was riding a Yamaha RX100 without using her hands. In the video, she is seen wearing a yellow t-shirt and black pants, with sunglasses, maneuvering her bike through Pune’s Hadapsar area.

Her stunt involved sitting sideways, riding hands-free, and making hand gestures to the tune of Suniel Shetty’s popular Bollywood song, ‘Aankho Mein Base Ho Tum’.

She even plucked a rose from the bike’s handlebar and showed it to the camera, all while maintaining control without using her hands.

The video was shared on social media platform ‘X’ by a user named Pune Pulse, who cautioned against the rise in bike stunts for social media fame, emphasising the risks involved. 

As the video went viral, numerous people commented on it. 

One user tagged Pune Police, saying, “Please take action.” Another commented, “They have removed number plates so the vehicle can’t be tracked.”  Someone else commented, “Salute to this lady.”

Another user expressed concern, saying, “When such people become victims of accidents... people forget their mistakes and blame poor four-wheeler drivers.”

Another comment read, “People like them not only endanger themselves but also others.” And another person said, “If their parents see this video and give them a slap, they might change their ways.”

Caution: It is important to note that such stunts are dangerous and should not to be encouraged. Videos like these should serve as a reminder to follow traffic rules and prioritise safety while riding on public roads.

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