Many of us have a common belief that normally men creates ruckus after a drink or two but here the case is completely different, Goa Police on Friday arrested two women from Ponda for creating a nuisance in the middle of the road under the influence of Alcohol. Surprisingly one of them is said to be a school teacher. Both are now cooling their heels in the police custody.
According to the sources, Ponda police on Friday arrested teacher Nikita Sukur Valadaris (23), a resident of Santo Estevam and Ashnavi Jaydev Kandholkar (21), from Gaonkarwada Khandola, for the incident at Marcel, on Thursday. A video of their nuisance went viral on social media.
What Exactly Happened?
According to the reports, two young women apparently under the influence of the alcohol fell down from their scooter near Shantadurga Temple situated in Khandola. Looking at this incident one senior citizen reportedly advised them to ride slow. The power of alcohol was ruling their head so much so that both women entered into a heated argument with the old man.
Soon the big crowd gathered around the place of incident and one of them informed the police outpost in Marcela about the nuisance created by the drunken women. The police personnel soon rushed to the spot instructed the women to stop their nuisance. However, the women picked up quarrel even with the police.
But the power of Alcohol had overpowered their sense of rationalizing and they kept creating ruckus in the middle of the road. The police had no choice but to detain them to prevent them from creating a further nuisance.
Since the police came from Marcela outpost, they took the ladies to the Ponda Police Station where they were asked to tender an apology. Instead of apologizing for their mistake, the women reportedly created ruckus in the police station.
Looking at the matter is going out of hands the Ponda police summoned the relatives of these ladies thinking at least they will listen to their relatives but that dint happen and continued with their ruckus leaving no other options before the police to take them for the medical test at Sub District Hospital where they were found positive for alcohol.
Thereafter, police arrested them on Friday. “Once behind bars, the two women came to their senses,” police said. The women have been arrested under Sections 504, 353, 427 read with 34 of IPC.
The above story is a fine example of drinking and driving does not go hand in hand and if you are drunk it is better to keep the mouth shut. What is your views on this?