Social media is an entertaining place, however, just for the sake of entertainment and ‘likes’ and ‘comments’, some people tend to go some other level. ‘Tiktok’ application has become a sensation among the netizens. Every now and then we see netizens trying out different tactics in order to go viral.
Recently, a ‘Tiktok’ video has gone insanely viral on social media, where a man can be seen hanging from a train’s compartment. The video not just shows how desperate we have become for the attention on social media but also how dangerous dangling from moving trains could be..
As the video was being shot, the man lost his balance and stumbled upon the race tracks. But thankfully, the man stood up at the end of the video and appeared to be unhurt as the onlookers gasped in horror.
The video has been making rounds on social media, so much so that it caught the eyes of Railway Ministry and Railway Minister Piyush Goyal’s office via a tweet slammed the lawbreakers like the man whose video has gone viral.
“चलती ट्रेन में स्टंट दिखाना बहादुरी नही, मूर्खता की निशानी है। आपका जीवन अमूल्य है, इसे खतरे में ना डालें।
नियमों का पालन करें, और सुरक्षित यात्रा का आनंद लें।)
(which roughly translates to: “Showing stunts in a moving train is a sign of cowardice, not bravery. Your life is priceless, do not put it in danger. Follow the rules, and enjoy the safe journey,”
Here, check out the Tweet of Piyush Goyal:
चलती ट्रेन में स्टंट दिखाना बहादुरी नही, मूर्खता की निशानी है। आपका जीवन अमूल्य है, इसे खतरे में ना डालें।
नियमों का पालन करें, और सुरक्षित यात्रा का आनंद लें। pic.twitter.com/tauidfOqRj
— Piyush Goyal Office (@PiyushGoyalOffc) February 18, 2020
The tweet was soon flooded with comments from Twitterati. While there were many who were shocked to see the man putting his life in danger for a video, the others demanded a strict action against the man.
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
Ji bilkul Sahi kaha hai Aapne Hum Sabhi ko is Ghatna se Sikh leni chaiye @PiyushGoyal
— Suraj Choubey (@SurajChoubey9) February 18, 2020
बिल्कुल सही कहा आपने सर
— Ramnaransen (@ramnaransen) February 18, 2020
Inkeee khilaaf action liyaa jayee.
— ABशार Uल हK (@AbsharHaq) February 18, 2020
File case against such ppl,don't allow them to travel by train atleast 6months ban,then only realise indian railways values
— Ram N (@Ram_N_Vijayapur) February 18, 2020
Strict action should be taken against them many times they inspire others to do so.
At least 1 Lakh fine and 1yrs imprisonments
— 🇮🇳 Amrit Ranjan 🇮🇳 (@amrit198447) February 18, 2020