Bengali man wants to have sweets during lockdown; see his hilarious attempt
Bengal is known for ‘mishti’ and of course fish. They love eating fish and of course sweets. Almost every of their diet includes these two foods.
However, a middle-aged Bengali man took this love for sweets to another level. Amid lockdown, he could not stop his crave to eat sweets, so he ventured out of his house with a master plan to avoid getting beaten by the police.
With a unique method, he went to purchase sweets from the market in West Bengal. His hilarious video has gone viral on Twitter.
— Ananya Bhattacharya (@ananya116) May 17, 2021
In the video, a man can be seen walking on the lane when a cop stops him. Immediately he brings forward a note that is hanging around his neck. The words written in Bengali; when translated to English it means “Going to buy sweets.”
According to sources, West Bengal allows essential requirements and sweetmeat shops to remain open between 10AM to 5PM. Therefore, it may be possible that the man was not breaking any lockdown protocols.
The video has garnered several views, likes and comments from the social media users in a short span of time.
Here are some of the few comments:
In Bengal Sweet shops have been allowed to operate with some restrictions during Lockdown.
For Bengal Sweets are part of essential commodities.
— KSG 🇮🇳 (@nara_m24) May 17, 2021
He resembles Daroga Happu Singh 😁 of Bhabhiji Ghar pe hai 😁
— Pramod Kumar Singh (@SinghPramod2784) May 17, 2021
Madness everywhere 😂
— रूद्र (@tweet2rudra) May 17, 2021