In an offer to spread mindfulness about digital cheats, the Bengaluru City Police asked individuals not to share their OTP numbers with outsiders with an image propelled by the Netflix show Money Heist. While sharing the image on Twitter, the police gave a ‘heads up’ to Bengaluru occupants and asked them not to share their financial subtleties with anybody. In the realistic, the content read, “Imparting your OTP to an outsider? What, have you not seen Money Heist?”.
Heads up! #Cyberfraud alert! Scams related to EMI postpone requests are doing rounds in the city. DO NOT share your banking details or OTP with anyone.
#Cybersecurity #ArrestCorona pic.twitter.com/mx6NURYUlC
— BengaluruCityPolice (@BlrCityPolice) April 8, 2020
The realistic has an image of a character wearing the Dali veil, which was utilized by the burglars in the well known Netflix arrangement. The post by the Bengaluru Police before long turned into a web sensation on different internet based life stages. The post has gotten many preferences and a few remarks. One client likewise proposed that they could have utilized a Jamtara reference, which is another Netflix arrangement dependent on cash misrepresentation, rather than Money Heist.
One client stated, “Bangalore police, why so cool?”. Another client included, “Educator have any plan..?”. “You all more likely than not mixed up Money Heist with Jamtara,” composed another client.
The Bengaluru police have been spreading mindfulness through different methods. A couple of days back, the traffic police likewise shared a video on Twitter in which one could see a cop wearing a protective cap while making a declaration before a biker shows up on the scene. Before long, a cop wearing a protective cap speaking to coronavirus sits pillion while another, with a comparable cap, runs up and starts upsetting the man riding a bike. The rider is then made to wear the coronavirus head protector to connote that he is voyaging endlessly with the infection.
The entertaining drama to spread mindfulness additionally got a great many gestures of recognition from Twitter clients. While a few people called the thought ‘creative’, others likewise said that it is “better than lathi charge and increasingly compelling”. Another stated, “super message”.