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Caught on CCTV: Unidentified men throw eggs at RWA office

The city often witnesses bizarre incidents. One of such occurred on Wednesday morning at upscale Afla 1 locality at Greater Noida where a group of youngsters egged the office of the resident welfare association (RWA) during early morning hours. This incident was also captured in the CCTV installed at the society’s entrance.

india Updated: Apr 08, 2016 20:59 IST
Abhishek Anand
A group of youngsters has been caught throwing eggs at the office of the resident welfare association (RWA) at the upscale Afla 1 locality in Greater Noida on CCTV cameras installed at the society’s entrance.
A group of youngsters has been caught throwing eggs at the office of the resident welfare association (RWA) at the upscale Afla 1 locality in Greater Noida on CCTV cameras installed at the society’s entrance.

A group of youngsters has been caught throwing eggs at the office of the resident welfare association (RWA) at the upscale Alpha 1 locality in Greater Noida on CCTV cameras installed at the society’s entrance.

“On Wednesday morning, the guards found eggs splashed on the windows, gate and notice board of the RWA office. When we checked the CCTV footage, we found three-four young men came in a Hyundai Santro at about 4.50am and threw eggs at the office. They drove out of the society without making any noise,” Sher Singh Bhati, a member of the RWA, said.

The RWA has informed the police about the incident.

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“We are trying to get the number of the car. Owner of the car will be called for questioning. Egging is a crime under rules of defacement of property,” Abhishek Yadav, superintendent of police (rural), Gautam Budh Nagar, said.

Another unusual incident had occurred in August last year when a man triggered panic at Omnicron 1A society of Greater Noida after he stripped in front of women and passed lewd gestures on several occasions.

“Once he rode a bike wearing a helmet, but without any clothes. Many a times, he posed lewd gestures at the women sitting in the balconies. We haven’t seen him in the last four to five months,” Anil Singh, president of RWA Omnicron 1A society, said.

He was never caught on the camera installed at the entrance. An FIR was lodged against the unidentified man at Greater Noida police station, however, he has not been arrested so far.

Greater Noida is less populated as compared to its neighbouring cities Noida and Ghaziabad. Many residential societies are isolated and attract people doing bizarre acts.