In a video that went viral on Twitter on Tuesday, a woman was seen threatening a policeman in Delhi because he had tried to pull her up for alleged illegal parking.
While the capital is notorious for people dropping names of politicians when caught for their wrong doings, this woman in the video is seen telling the cop, "Main Supreme Court ke judge ki beti hoon, samjhe? (I am the daughter of a Supreme Court lawyer)."
Then she tells the cop, "Teri aukad dikha du tujhe? (should I show you where you belong)"
When the officer tells her "Judge bhi aisa kaam karta hai isiliye aisa kar rahi ho? (Are you doing this because the judge also does these things)"
To which the woman is seen mocking the cop and telling him, "Baat toh karne aata nahi hai, Delhi police mein bharti ho jaate ho paise deke (You don't even know how to talk, you pay money to get into the Delhi police forces)."
In the end, when she is not able to get her way, she calls him "chor (thief)" and is heard complaining to onlookers that the parking space is full.
Watch the video here:
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