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Mumbai Police memes stand out again, spread awareness on Internet safety

Mumbai Police memes aim to communicate important messages in a fun way. With their latest tweet, they encouraged people to not keep the same password for different online accounts. The police department promoted the message of cybersecurity with a meme featuring The Professor from Money Heist, Varun Dhawan and Virat Kohli.

June 2: Expect Mumbai Police memes to convey a message of social interest in the best possible way. They would come up with the quirkiest posts to communicate an important message. This time, Mumbai Police shared an advisory on internet safety with a post featuring The Professor from Money Heist, Virat Kohli and Varun Dhawan.

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Image: Mumbai Police

Mumbai Police memes go viral

On Monday, Mumbai Police’s Twitter handle issued an advisory on Internet safety. But this time, too, the Mumbai Police memes go viral.

The Twitter post, which was shared by the Mumbai Police, features Alvaro Morte AKA The Professor from Money Heist, Varun Dhawan and Virat Kohli. The photo of the trio looked absolutely identical and that was made to create awareness.

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Image: Google

Mumbai Police memes entertain & spread awareness

Mumbai Police memes always manage to entertain the crowd and also spread awareness. In fact, they always make memes on the trending topic, which make them a hit among the youngsters and meme makers too.

This time, Mumbai Police appealed to the people not to use the same password for different accounts and therefore used a collage of photographs of The Professor from Money Heist, Varun Dhawan and Virat Kohli.

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Image: Twitter

The photo of the Indian skipper went viral and later it was discovered that it was photoshopped.

The post compared the photos to passwords from different websites that sound similar and tweeted it with a caption that read, “Different Accounts, Different Password. Your Password:”.

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No sooner the post was shared, it became a rage online.

Don’t be like Arturo: Mumbai Police

Earlier too Mumbai Police have drawn inspiration from the Netflix series Money Heist to communicate a witty advisory against monetary frauds. Mumbai Police posted a clip and took a dig at Arturo, who thinks he is very smart and keeps ‘1234’ as his pin. Through this, Mumbai Police advises people to keep a stronger banking password and asked people not to be like Arturo.

By: Shreshtha Ghosh

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