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Delhi Police look for ‘Kiss’ Prank Molester, who runs away after kissing random Girls and posts videos of it on social media Websites

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New Delhi, Jan 7, 2017: Delhi Police on Saturday assured of action against a molester, who runs away after kissing random girls and later posts videos of the ‘prank’ on social media websites.

“We have started the inquiry into the matter. We have also started working on the technical aspects of the case, like contacting the service provider,” Joint Commissioner of Police Deependra Pathak told media here.

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He also urged the victims to also come forward and register a complaint with the police.

The accused maintains a Youtube channel by the name of ‘crazy Sumit’ where he uploads the videos of showing him approaching girls on the streets on some pretext and then running away after kissing them.

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The perpetrator, whose full name is yet unknown, also uploaded an ‘apology’ video on the same channel two days ago, saying the act was staged and he had no clue that the matter will escalate to the level. (IANS)

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Delhi Police Organise Fun Carnival at Select City Walk Mall to Promote Road Safety

It's estimated that 1,657 fatal road accidents took place in the city last year due to violation of road safety rules

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Amarendra Singh, Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic), said, "On behalf of the Delhi Traffic Police, we urge you to drive safely and abide by traffic rules." Wikimedia Commons

The Delhi Traffic Police organised a fun carnival on road safety at Select City Walk Mall in South Delhi on Saturday. The carnival featured quiz, games and street plays.

At carnival, an awareness campaign was also organised for drivers and pedestrians. The shoppers participated in the quiz and also in the painting competition on the theme of road safety.

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Amarendra Singh, Additional Commissioner of Police (Traffic), said, “On behalf of the Delhi Traffic Police, we urge you to drive safely and abide by traffic rules.” It’s estimated that 1,657 fatal road accidents took place in the city last year due to violation of road safety rules. (IANS)