This video of 'drunk' cop on Delhi metro is going viral
A video of a drunk policeman travelling on the Delhi metro has gone viral on the social media.
The 36-second amateur video clip uploaded on Facebook shows the dishevelled policeman, his shirt out, trying to find his way around the coach in drunken stupor.
Curious fellow passengers watch as he struggles to find his balance and appear to fiddle with the window frame.
Then, as the train brakes to a halt at a station, the cop comes crashing down on the floor and is helped up by other passengers.
Delhi Metro does not allow drunk commuters to board the trains if they create a nuisance, nor allow passengers to carry alcohol with them.
The undated video has been trending on Facebook. Hindustan Times cannot independently verify its authenticity.
VIDEO: 'Drunk' cop in the Delhi metro
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