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Mumbai Police Creatively Uses Google Search To Warn Fraudsters

| Published on June 23, 2019

Mumbai Police is known for its funny yet meaningful tweets. Time and again we get to see the social media team of Mumbai Police using memes to raise awareness towards topics that encourage safety habits among the citizens.

On Sunday, the Police department decided to go one step ahead by posting a very interesting tweet as a warning to fraudsters. The tweet read, “If you seek trouble, trouble is exactly what you will find.” The tweet had a pop-up message from Mumbai police asking user’s locations who typed “How to cheat people” on Google Search.

Not only this, the tweet’s caption is a twisted form of a line from Bible from ‘Matthew 7:7–8’ — the seventh and eighth verses of the seventh chapter of the Gospel of Matthew in the New Testament. The common saying goes by ‘seek and you shall find’, upon which Mumbai Police’s tweet is based.


This caught the attention of netizens and some were quick to praise their skills. Here are some replies:






Well, if you are curious about who handles the Twitter account of Mumbai Police, we have already covered an article on it, so read it and spread the safety awareness to each and every one.

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