In this YouTube vlog posted by FIVELLY, the incident takes place between 8:52 p.m. and 10:50 p.m. Look here:
🚨인도 뉴스에 나왔습니다🚨 “현금 가진거 다 내놔” 알고보니 사기였던 인도경찰.. 그리고 렌터카 직원들 – 인도 사기편
From the vlogger’s reaction, it seems that he doesn’t have enough cash to meet the cash challenge. The policeman seems to notice this and takes all the money the vlogger had in hand. The policeman then hands him what is presumably FIVELY’s driver’s license, but does not provide him with a challan receipt. Furthermore, for what can be assumed to be “humanitarian reasons”, the policeman returns a 500 rupee note to the Korean vlogger, since he had taken the rest of the money that FIVELY had. The YouTube video has since gone viral, sparking outrage among netizens.
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The Delhi policeman was later identified as Mahesh Chand of the Delhi Traffic Police. The viral video posted by the Korean vlogger is titled “Give Me All The Cash” Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Drive A Car In India. This has further angered some netizens who blame the policeman’s behavior for being a national embarrassment. Meanwhile, the Delhi Traffic Police posted a statement on Twitter that read: “Upon becoming aware of the social media post, the officer in question seen in the video has been suspended pending investigation. The Delhi Police have a zero tolerance policy towards corruption.”