Vivek Oberoi thanks Mumbai Police for not wearing helmet and mask

After the challan was cut, Vivek Oberoi tweeted on Saturday and thanked the police.

After the challan was cut, Vivek Oberoi tweeted on Saturday and thanked the police.

After the challan was cut, Vivek Oberoi on Saturday tweeted from his account. He wrote in the tweet that, ‘Love has brought us at what point! We and our lives were left on the new bike, the invoice was cut without a helmet! Riding a bike without a helmet? … ‘

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  • Last Updated:February 20, 2021 9:57 PM IS

Mumbai. A few days ago, Bollywood actor Vivek Oberoi shared a video of riding a bike without wearing a helmet, which went viral. Driving Vivek Oberoi without a helmet bike was overshadowed because the Mumbai police cut his challan for driving without a helmet bike. Vivek Oberoi has been challaned for 500 rupees. An official gave this information on Friday.

After the challan was cut, Vivek Oberoi tweeted on Saturday from his account. He wrote in the tweet that, ‘Love has brought us at what point! We and our lives were left on the new bike, the invoice was cut without a helmet! Riding a bike without a helmet? Mumbai Police will check Thank you to the Mumbai Police for making this safety feel very important. Stay safe, wear a helmet and mask.

Vivek Oberoi’s tweet.

Actually, Vivek Oberoi celebrated Valentine’s Day with his wife on 14 February. In the video shared on Instagram account, he is seen riding a bike on the streets of Mumbai at night. The music of his film ‘Saathiya’ was playing in the background of this video and his wife Priyanka was also seen sitting on the bike with him.

Santacruz Traffic Division official, who issued the actor’s challan, said that Oberoi was also not wearing a mask, which is mandatory during the Kovid-19 epidemic. He said that the actor had shared this video on Sunday, after which he was challaned. After the video surfaced, the Traffic Police of Mumbai has taken action against them under sections 188, 269 of the IPC, sections 129, 177 of the Motor Vehicle Act and the Section of the Epidemic Act.



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