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Madangir, South Delhi: 18 vehicles burnt by a drunk man during Diwali season. A video of a man burning 18 vehicles in Madangir, South Delhi, has become viral on social media. The one-and-a-half-minute video shows the man initiating the fire using just a matchstick.
The video shared by Times Of India starts with the man checking out something under the bike's fuel tank; possibly the fuel line. He is intoxicated to a level such that he cannot even stand properly. However, he did manage to find the fuel line; something which most people do not even know, exists.
After making the fuel drain, he ‘precisely' targetted a lit match on it. The bike caught fire in a moment's notice and the man runs away from the scene, but seems to have forgotten something.
For reasons known to him only, he runs in the opposite direction while the bike slowly burns more of its owner's pocket rather than itself. As per reports, the fire spread to 14 two-wheelers and four cars.
The man is still on the run and the cops are trying their best to trace him down. The incident happened on Tuesday, early in the morning. The police and fire department reached the location at around 3:05 am.
Luckily, nobody was hurt in this incident and sadly, not even the accused. However, eight two-wheelers and two cars were completely gone while the remaining six motorcycles and two cars were partially burnt.
Thoughts On Drunk Man Burning 18 Vehicles In Delhi
While ‘drinking and driving' is punishable by law, things have turned to an extent such that drinking and going near a vehicle itself should be prevented. The owners of the charred vehicles can claim insurance since there is video evidence, but the hero of the story is still missing. The Delhi government was strict regarding the use of crackers and fireworks during Diwali, but one guy had his own way of celebration.