Bhubaneswar/Kolkata: Influencer Sandy Saha from Kolkata, West Bengal recently landed in a legal trouble after allegedly parking his car on a busy Maa Flyover to shoot a dance video. After the incident was reported, Kolkata police sent him and people present with him at the moment of filming, a fine notice, a media report said.
Sandy, a former MTV Roadies Xtreme participant, posted a three-minute and thirty-eight seconds clip of his video on his Facebook profile. In the video, he was seen dancing on hindi song ‘Main Aai Hoon UP Bihar Lootne’.
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Apparently, the video slipped him into trouble as the flyover where he filmed himself dancing to the song was earlier featured in an Uttar Pradesh government advertisement.
Soon after Sandy posted the video, many people began to report it. Some users also tagged Kolkata Police on the comment section and demanded actions against the influencer for violating traffic rules.
Acting upon the complaints, Kolkata Police took actions. They sent a fine notice to Sandy. They also identified the owner of the vehicle in Sandy’s video from the CCTV footage of Lalbazar traffic control room and filed a case against him.
Following the legal actions, Sandy said media that he was unaware of the fact that stopping cars on flyovers is prohibited.
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