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Bengaluru police tweet with Lord of the Rings reference on no honking is very ironic

Bengaluru police tweet with Lord of the Rings reference on no honking is very ironic
After Mumbai, Bengaluru police are getting socializing too much. Bengaluru police used Twitter to portray a social message to the population. But the best part of the message was it was funny which will surely tickle our funny bones. The Bengaluru police made a post with the famous reference from Lord of the Rings to depict a message about honking.
The message portrayed that honking without using a red light signal is not cool, for this, they used the reference of the ‘Horn of Gondor’. The iconic war-horn that Boromir played by Sean Bean, carried with him through the events in Fellowship of the Ring.
“Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move,” the Bengaluru City Police wrote on Twitter asking people to say no to honking.
The post contains two images, f what you think v/s what you really look like, the creative department of the Bengaluru police used one picture of gallant Boromir and second of a cartoon playing a horn.
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. 
Tweetrattis were dropped in cracks after going through the example and admired the unique way to portray the message. While some came up with the suggestions to tackle the situations.
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
When the red light 🚦 is on there should be a person in white beard shouting "You shall not pass".
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
You should fine those who honk on the roads. And also fine those with loud horns in their vehicles.
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
Why don't you take some strict action against unnecessary honking and usage of high beam on the road? Especially with small roads of Bangalore, both causes road rage. Sign boards of no high beam n honking can be placed on roads to create awareness at least.
Unless you’re summoning your troops, no matter how loud you honk at the red signal, the traffic will simply not move. pic.twitter.com/g1SHmDb6qs
We are so used to the noise that when we visit a foreign country, we feel that we have gone deaf

The Bengaluru proves that unnecessary honking doesn’t make you cool but it makes you fool.

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