Bengaluru is known as the IT hub of India. It is generally known for its amazing climate, crazy traffic, and people who have super-savage answers to your questions. It is always trending on social media as people share their experiences with the city and its people. There are so many peak Bengaluru moments, and now here’s a new one. A resident of Bengaluru found a polite ‘ Do not park here’ note on his car. Here’s what Delhiites feel!
Bengaluru Resident Finds A Polite Note
— Subhasis Das (@inframarauder) June 27, 2023
A tweet is going viral on the internet that features a polite note in Bengaluru. The incident took place in one of the largest neighbourhoods in the southern part of the city, Koramangala.
The tweet shared by @inframarauder showed how one of the neighbours pasted a polite note on the window of the car. The note was a polite one, informing the owner that the spot he had used for parking did not actually belong to him. He also mentioned how he needed it to park their other car.
The note was super polite and asked for cooperation from the neighbour. The tone of the note was something very surprising, which is why this tweet went viral in no time.
Comparison Sparked Between Netizens
The tweet did not take much time to go viral. It has garnered over 102.6K views on the internet and over one thousand likes.
Bengaluru people are sweet.
— Kanika Choudhary (@DalRotiForLife) June 28, 2023
— Peak Bengaluru (@peakbengaluru) June 28, 2023
Netizens instantly began talking about the super polite tone of the note and expressed their reactions using emojis. Some began talking about how people from their own city would never be this polite and patient.
Many pointed out that if this had happened in Gurugram, the other neighbour would have simply trashed the car instead of politely asking to get it parked elsewhere.
If this had happened in Gurgaon, the neighbor might have already broken the windshield with a baseball bat.
— Ritik Singh Panwar (@Ritik_Singh17) June 28, 2023
Gurgaon m hota toh kaanch tod ke seat pe rakha hota same note
— Urvashi Gormat🌸 (@takeiteasyUrvy) June 28, 2023
— patalmypal.btc .eth .sol .shm 🔑👁️🌊☕ (@patalmypal) June 28, 2023
Another user wrote that Delhiites would have simply deflated the tyre of the car. Others shared how they or their neighbours dealt with a similar situation.
This is much better. My friend got sambar poured over his car for parking near a neighbour’s house. (somewhere around bannerghatta road) pic.twitter.com/eNpLKwRuIu
— Digil Kumar (@digilkumar) June 29, 2023
What are your views on this?
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