Bengaluru, known for the IT capital of India and heavy traffic, drivers of the city have discovered a clever way to avoid traffic police. By using Google Maps, Bengaluru drivers reportedly find where traffic police are likely to stop violators and avoid potential fines or penalties. An X user (@kiraataka_2) on July 8 shared a screenshot, saying, “Just type "Police irt" on Google Maps and thank me later.” Another user (@pravi_py) also mentioned “People in Bengaluru are marking where traffic police are on Google Maps to help others avoid fines.”  The drivers of the city might be to spot the locations on their smartphones, revealing areas regularly patrolled by traffic police. By searching keywords like "Police irt" drivers can reportedly see alerts on Google Maps and plan alternative routes to avoid Traffic Police. However, neither the Bengaluru traffic police nor Google have responded to these incidents. Bengaluru Shocker: Transgender Records Nude Photos and Videos of Man After Making Him Strip, Extorts INR 7 Lakh From Victim; Case Registered.

What Happens After Typing “Police Irt” on Google Maps

Bengaluru Drivers Use Google Maps To Pinpoint Traffic Police

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