In a startling incident caught on camera, a group of three girls, seemingly under the influence of alcohol, were involved in a heated altercation with the police in the Virar area of Palghar District, Maharashtra. The video footage, circulating widely online, captures the intense confrontation that unfolded outside the Pankha Fast Bar & Lounge.

Among the trio, one woman, visibly intoxicated, can be seen launching a barrage of verbal abuse at the police officers present. In the midst of her tirade, she brazenly grabs hold of a police officer by his collar, displaying a shocking lack of regard for authority. Her words, laden with profanity, reverberate through the chaotic scene as she refuses to back down.

“Teri maa ka bhsd*, teri maa ki cht…abbe 3 star hai na ye, mai moott* hoon tere 3 star pe,” she shouts, in a display of utter disregard for decorum and respect towards law enforcement.

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Despite the efforts of her companions to restrain her, the intoxicated woman persists in her verbal assault, further exacerbating the situation. Her friends, in a misguided attempt to intervene, only serve to escalate tensions, leading to physical altercations with the police.

In the ensuing chaos, the situation takes a violent turn as one of the women, identified as Kavya Pradhan, reportedly bites a lady police constable on the hand and tears her uniform. The aggression doesn’t stop there, as she allegedly attacks another constable, Morley, striking him on the head with a bucket and biting his wrist in a shocking display of violence.

Ashwini Patil, another member of the group, is accused of pulling the hair of the lady police officer and tearing the T-shirt of a female bouncer, further intensifying the volatile situation.

Amidst the chaos, the third girl, identified as Poonam, is also implicated in the altercation, adding to the mayhem that unfolded outside the establishment.

Following the disturbing incident, authorities swiftly took action, registering a case against the individuals involved under various sections of the Indian Penal Code (IPC), including sections 353 (assault or criminal force to deter public servant from discharge of his duty), 323 (voluntarily causing hurt), 325 (voluntarily causing grievous hurt), 504 (intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of the peace), and 506 (criminal intimidation).

Subsequently, all three individuals were brought before the Vasai court, where they were remanded to one-day police custody to facilitate further investigation into the matter.