Udupi: Video of youths recklessly riding scooty sparks outrage on social media


Team Udayavani, Aug 2, 2023, 4:21 PM IST

Udupi: A video of two youths recklessly riding a scooty at high speed has created a stir on social media platforms.

The viral video show the scooters, with Udupi registration numbers, speeding along the busy DC Office Road in Manipal and the roads on the Udupi side. Shockingly, the footage also reveals a moment where the scooter collides with a car while moving in one direction.

The dangerous and irresponsible actions portrayed in the viral video have triggered widespread outrage on social media.

Local authorities and the police have been urged to take swift action to identify and apprehend the individuals involved in the reckless act. Citizens are demanding that measures be implemented to discourage such dangerous behavior and ensure the safety of both the youths and others on the roads.

Authorities have reminded the public about the importance of adhering to traffic rules and regulations, emphasizing that road safety is a shared responsibility. Such stunts not only put the lives of the riders at risk but also endanger innocent bystanders and motorists.

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