The Twitter feed of the Mumbai Police official Twitter account is filled with numerous pun-tastic tweets. They tend to spice up their tweets to impart important life lessons to people. From using popular one-liners from movies and TV series to posting viral memes, the Twitter handle of Mumbai Police has done it all.
On Friday, the Mumbai police took a dig at Hollywood actor Pierce Brosnan who once endorsed Paan Bahar (Tobacco) in India.
“Tobacco did what bullets couldn’t! There’s not even .007 percent chance that tobacco would not be injurious to health! #BondWithHealth,” tweeted the Mumbai Police.
Tobacco did what bullets couldn’t! There’s not even .007 percent chance that tobacco would not be injurious to health! #BondWithHealth pic.twitter.com/8Su76PCZ6P
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) March 16, 2018
The tweet has come a day after Brosnan saying that the tobacco company cheated him by not disclosing the hazardous nature of the product.
The James Bond actor, who had appeared in the surrogate advertisement of Paan Bahar, wrote a letter to the Delhi State Tobacco Central Control claiming that ge was cheated about the nature of the product and was kept in the dark about how much harmful these products were.
SK Arora, Additional Director (Health), says Brosnan has given an undertaking in writing that he would never assist any such company for indirect or illegal promotions.