It is almost everyday that you see some traffic police pulling people up at the signal or for speeding. The situation is sticky and bad, but yet Indians try hard to escape from it using their creativity. Check out how!
Oh man don’t you know me? I am the ACP’s son!
After the Idea Ad though this is a fast fading excuse.
Yaar what’s your problem. Can’t you see I am in a hurry?
Sure the thulla can see you are—that is why he has caught you sweetheart!
I am rushing to the hospital. My grandmom is critical
Nobody buys this now, since the excuse is over done to death.
I have a patient in the backseat. Let me go
Probably, your co-passenger (read-friend) is all cuddled up and fakes being sick!
I have a license but have left it at home
How convincing is this! give this a break! What do you except? The traffic guy will visit you at home for dinner?
Hey I am new here. I didn’t know you need a license to drive
But where are you from? All countries would need a license by!
I just have to board the flight. Can you just keep the car and drop me on your bike?
Wo Ho…That’s called trying to melt a policeman away!
Tameez se baat karo. This comes when the traffic police shouts during the 10th time of asking your book
Men in India are not very cool brained are they? This tameez thing is ironic!
Let me make a call. This is from the Richie Rich Guy
And the policeman actually never lets you make that call.
Yaar paise le le…That typical Indian trick to escape getting booked for a driving or speeding offence
Chances are that you could be booked for offering a bribe now!
The classic line comes when he or she makes a sad face and simply tells the traffic guy, “Sorry aur nahin hoga.”
This is a faint hearted action but generally works.
Have u been caught by a thulla ever? If so, what did you say to escape? Or did you get booked? Let us know.