Bengaluru police tweets out a witty puzzle to promote road safety and it’s amazing

The tweet has created quite a buzz on Twitter, with many lauding the message and the social media team behind the innovative post.
The GIF message used by Bengaluru police to raise awareness about road safety (source: Bengaluru Police Twitter account)
The GIF message used by Bengaluru police to raise awareness about road safety (source: Bengaluru Police Twitter account)
Updated on Jun 12, 2017 07:16 PM IST
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The Bengaluru police on Sunday came up with a witty tweet to communicate an important message about road safety.

“What do you think it’s trying to say? On a scale of 1-10 for how ignorant you’re when you don’t care for your life, you’re an ELEVEN,” said the tweet with a GIF which appears to have been inspired by a scene from the hit TV show Stranger Things.

Since being posted, the tweet has created quite a buzz on Twitter, with many lauding the message and the social media team behind the innovative post.

This is not the first time the Bengaluru Police have used pop culture reference to raise awareness on social media. From Harry Potter to Game of Thrones and Narcos, their tweets have always managed to win the hearts of young internet users with wit and humour.

The department’s tweets are so engaging that Colin Crowell, Twitter’s Vice President of Global Public Policy, cited them at a conference in Indonesia in 2015.

If you are still trying to decode the message, here’s the answer for you

‘WEAR A HELMET’

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