Kerala cops moral police couple, get recorded on Facebook Live

Kerala cops moral police couple, get recorded on Facebook Live

Kerala cops moral police couple, get recorded on Facebook Live

The parents of the couple were also summoned by police at the station.

Yesterday, we reported a story of how some Kerala police officers detained of a man and woman from the Napier Museum compound in Kerala's Thiruvananthapuram, accusing them of indulging in "vulgar" activities. Manoj Abraham IPS, IGP, Thiruvananthapuram Range. "Nobody has been given the right to manhandle and assault the public in any circumstance", the chief minister had written in a Facebook post.

Two youngsters in state capital were reportedly subjected to moral policing Tuesday in broad daylight by the Museum police here.

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A day after a young couple went live on Facebook while two police personnel tried to moral police them, Kerala DGP Loknath Behera said he was pained to learn about the incident. The youth, Vishnu Vichu, used his phone to live stream the entire episode on Facebook.

The News Minute, that translated the entire video, reports one of the cops telling the couple that they would call their parents and then think of whether to marry them off or not, and that otherwise "such acts" were not allowed in public places.

Vishnu and Arathy also claimed that the officers lectured them on "good behaviour". They went rogue, not literally! The man further said that when the policemen, which included a lady cop as well, accused him of vulgarity, they chose to stream the incident live. But what wrong did we do? Then two male officers joined and one of them verbally abused me.

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The first was an African dwarf crocodile, named Beetlejuice, which the teen said his father described as "frogs with sharp teeth". Robert also shared about how animals have been a big part of his life and how much he loves them.

Nevertheless, police arrested the couple and let them off after they were charged for creating public nuisance.

Explaining why they decided to make the matter public, Vishnu said: "Right from the start they were accusing us of being vulgar".

The couple said they were told by cops that they were doing something "immoral".

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