New Delhi: Former Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi posted a video on her Twitter account on Tuesday, in which a shark attacks a flying helicopter, which has been found to be factually incorrect. India’s first woman IPS officer is again dragged into a hilarious meme fest with the video going viral on social media. The video is going viral and Twitterati is not leaving any stone unturned in taking a jibe at Kiran Bedi.
In the video shared by Kiran Bedi, it is written – “National Geographic Channel has paid 1 million dollars for this rare video. What a video.”
Later she defended her Tweet and wrote, “The source of this daring Video is open and subject to verifications. Whatever be the authentic and true source it is terrifying. But laudable, even if manufactured. Please view it against this caveat.”
The source of this daring Video is open and subject to verifications. Whatever be the authentic and true source it is terrifying 😳 But laudable, even if manufactured. Please view it against this caveat.
— Kiran Bedi (@thekiranbedi)
The video is a scene from the film ‘5 Headed Shark Attack’ in the year 2017, which someone made viral with wrong information. The claim made in this video about National Geographic Channel is also wrong. After the video, Kiran Bedi is also facing a lot of criticism. Commenting below this tweet of Kiran Bedi, users also reminded her of two old tweets in which she shared wrong information.
After this video was posted by Kiran Bedi, WhatsApp University started trending on Twitter and users trolled Kiran Bedi fiercely.
Here’s how users reacted on microblogging site:
😂😂 ifcan make it to the civil services, so can you!! Have faith young aspirants!
— Sanjeeva Karunakar (@esk_imho)
India’s first women IPS still dependent upon WhatsApp university.
— Triggered Odia 🥷🏻 (@Triggered_Odia)
We have seen it in the movie.
Now since you believed it, we know that whatsapp university is really flourishing.
— Rahul Kumar (@attorneyrahulk)