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WATCH | Woman in Bengaluru asked to wear 'proper Indian dress'

The undated video shows an unidentified man parking his vehicle by the roadside and scolding her in English for her dress sense.

Published: 07th October 2019 08:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th October 2019 10:21 AM   |  A+A-

The undated video shows an unidentified man parking his vehicle by the roadside and scolding her in English for her dress sense.

The undated video shows an unidentified man parking his vehicle by the roadside and scolding her in English for her dress sense. (Photo | Facebook Screengrab)

By PTI

BENGALURU: In an incident of moral policing in Bengaluru, a video of a man purportedly seen castigating a woman in shorts asking her to wear "proper Indian dress", has gone viral.

The undated video shows an unidentified man parking his vehicle by the roadside and scolding her in English for her dress sense whereas her male friend is defending her and reprimanding him for his unwanted advice.

"Are we this kind of citizens?" the man is heard telling the people standing nearby.

The friend argues with him saying, "Cant she wear this dress?" To this, he asks her to wear "proper dress which is Indian."

Police said they have not received any complaint about the incident.



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