A video of a woman quietly talking on her cell phone after a train ran over her has shocked the internet. The video was posted to Twitter on April 12 by IPS officer Dipanshu Kabra and has been watched over 1 lakh in the past three days.
“Gossiping on the phone is more important,” Kabra said in his Twitter post accompanying the video.
फ़ोन पर gossip, ज़्यादा ज़रूरी है ????????️ pic.twitter.com/H4ejmzyVak
— Dipanshu Kabra (@ipskabra) Apr 12, 2022
The chilling video begins with a freight train crossing a train station. Once the train crosses the camera frame, a woman is seen on the train track with her head covered in dupatta (a scarf-like cloth).
After the train leaves, the woman gets up and calls on her cell phone while she is still on the track.
She then casually steps off the track and onto the station as if nothing out of the ordinary happened. The woman was seen walking away and talking to the man who made the video.
The clip has stunned Twitter users.
“Fortunately there are no hanging parts on this freight train, otherwise only pieces can be seen and not whole,” commented one user. “Give her a bravery award, in the form of a solid blow,” added another.
Some users even tagged the Prime Minister’s Office and demanded the woman’s arrest.
Last month, a Railway Protection Force (RPF) alert agent saved the life of a passenger who slipped and fell while boarding a moving local train at Wadala railway station in Mumbai.
The Central Railway shared the clip on its official Twitter handle, urging people not to get on or off a moving train.
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