Outrageous viral video shows woman TALKING ON PHONE while lying on track as train passes over her

The viral clip has got social media users irked, with many expressing their disbelief over the irresponsible behavior of the woman


                            Outrageous viral video shows woman TALKING ON PHONE while lying on track as train passes over her
The video shared by a twitter user on April 12 was reportedly recorded at a railway station in Haryana, India (Twitter/ Dipanshu Kabra)
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A 21-second video of a woman talking on her phone while lying on railway tracks as a goods train passes over her is doing several rounds on social media. The viral video shared by a Twitter user on April 12 was reportedly recorded at a railway station in Haryana, India. 

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Dipanshu Kabra, who shared the viral clip on Twitter, captioned it as, "Gossiping on the phone is more important." The shocking video begins with a train passing through a railway station at high speed. Several moments later, a woman who was seen lying on the rail track with her head covered in a dupatta (a scarf-like cloth) gets up and takes a call on her cellphone, while still sitting on the tracks. After talking on her phone for some time, the woman climbs onto the station, as if nothing out of ordinary had happened.  

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The viral clip has got social media users irked, with many expressing their disbelief over the irresponsible behavior of the woman towards her life, while others questioned if the clip was real or fake. Reacting to the video, one wrote, "Lucky there are no hanging parts on this goods train, otherwise only pieces can be seen not whole." Another user commented, "Why was she lying down in the train track in the 1st place. Just to make a viral video?"

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One user wondered if the clip was real or edited : "I’m not sure if this is an edited video. But if it’s not, then this is incredibly daft and stupid and ridiculous." Someone else added, "Seen in movies but not in real", before adding, "She alive?" One commented, "With the prevalent level of IQ of people around us, this is plausible. Probably the girl wanted to commit suicide and had asked someone the best way to do it. After the train left, she is probably calling that person to tell their idea didn't work."

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Another simply wrote, "When it's your turn for on-call support." Others tagged Prime Minister Narendra Modi's office, concerned Railway officials and ministers, demanding the arrest of the woman, who has not been identified.


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