Updated: May 27, 2021 11:32:35 am
Mumbai Police, known for their clever and entertaining social media advisories and posts, have won the internet over again. In a new social media post, they have used the Internet’s favourite show ‘Money Heist’ to counsel their users on financial safety.
In the short video, they shared a scene from the very first episode of the series. It features one of the protagonists of the show, Denver aka Daniel Ramos, ask Arturo, who is held hostage, what his bank PIN is. When Arturo responds it is ‘1-2-3-4’, one of the easiest combinations to guess, they laugh at him.
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) May 26, 2021
The Mumbai police used it in an amusing attempt to advise people to keep stronger bank PINs. With a crafty caption and funny hashtags, they wrote, “This is Arturo. Arturo thinks he is very smart. Arturo keeps 1234 as his PIN Don’t be like Arturo.” As expected, this drew in a lot of laughter and applause from the internet.
Nice way to communicate knowledge to people nice sir
— Anand Saraf (@AnandSaraf4) May 26, 2021
@MumbaiPolice has got no chill😜
New way to help/motivate citizens to stop cybercrimes https://t.co/VTDBbrbMEm
— kusuru anurag (@KusuruAnurag10) May 26, 2021
You are not just ADORABLE…
but HILARIOUS 😂
Btw who is in charge of Tweeting 🤔🤔🤔? #BrainyFunny
— Sahana (@Yessrao) May 26, 2021
— Anantkumar Rajgonda Patil (@AnantkumarPati1) May 26, 2021
This is not the only time they have used popular shows in humorous ways to deliver a message. Recently, after the popular sitcom Friends announced a reunion, Mumbai police put out a tweet saying ‘reunite with your friends, but only when Covid-19 is over’.
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