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Bikini-clad woman boards Delhi bus, irks internet
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Bikini-clad woman boards Delhi bus, irks internet

| @indiablooms | 18 Apr 2024, 03:09 pm

New Delhi/IBNS: In a video which went viral on social media, a woman wearing just a bikini was seen on board a bus in Delhi apparently shocking her co-passengers and drawing sharp responses on the internet.

In the video, which has not been verified by IBNS independently, the woman was seen standing near the gate.

An old woman was first seen walking away from her.

Soon after, a man left his seat and he too distanced himself from the woman.

In response, one of the X users said, "Delhi bus is the new Thailand beach now. What’s wrong with some women?"

Another user wrote, "A woman boarded the #Delhi cluster bus without clothes, violating societal norms. Today's woman appears #shameless. A man is denied entry to the metro due to 2 unbuttoned buttons, while, a well-educated naked girl freely roams the bus. Thanks to #GenderBiasedSociety."

 Another user posts, "This is insane and shocking. A girl half naked in Delhi Transport Bus. Where are we going with this?"


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