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Caught Drink Driving, Mumbai Woman Locks Herself in Car, Abuses Cops

She locked herself in the car for two hours, playing loud music and when intervened by the policemen, she abused and threatened them.

Published: 16th June 2015 12:26 PM  |   Last Updated: 16th June 2015 01:10 PM   |  A+A-

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A woman who was caught driving drunk in Mumbai left police officials perplexed when she locked herself in the car.

The police who are on the regular vehicle checking at Bandra blocked her car and conducted a test and found that she had consumed alcohol. As soon as she was found drunk, she rushed into her car and locked herself.

The woman then started playing loud music and abused and threatened the policemen, when they tried to get her out of the vehicle.

The policemen tried to convince her to come out and after all their attempts failed, they broke the car window and found cigarette butts and disposable glasses in the car.

She tried to escape when the officers tried to pull her out forcefully. TV visuals show the woman abusing the media persons also.

A case has been registered against her for drink driving and abusing policemen. Reports say that she was later let go after paying a fine.

Mumbai police have recently intensified checking against drink driving

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