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Peak Bengaluru: Pillion Rider Wearing Paper Bag as Helmet Has Netizens Quipping, ‘Head Parcel?’

Up until now, Bengaluru has consistently graced headlines, showcasing its quirkiness that never fails to captivate the online community. However, the latest buzz from the rightly acclaimed ‘Startup Capital of India’ transcends the realms of business and ventures into the realm of innovative solutions, aptly termed ‘Jugaad.’ This time, it wasn’t a groundbreaking business idea but a simple bike ride that stole the spotlight.

In a photograph that has now become the epitome of ‘Desi Jugaad,’ a Bengaluru man has taken unconventional measures to address the age-old issue of wearing a helmet. Instead of opting for the normal protective headgear, he adorned a paper bag on his head, showcasing the quintessential Bengalurean spirit – a perfect blend of quirkiness and resourcefulness.

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Shared by the ‘X’ user @3rdEyeDude on the micro-blogging platform, the viral snapshot features a guy in a black t-shirt, riding a pillion with a paper bag as his headgear. The accompanying caption humourously scoffs at the concept of a helmet with a cheeky “Helmet, what’s that?” This addition to the ‘Peak Bengaluru’ chronicles leaves onlookers rolling on the floor, questioning the motives behind this bizarre choice – a covert mission to dodge the police or just an attempt at weather protection? The answers lie solely with the man behind the bag!

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Yet, the true spectacle unfolds in the comments section, where wit and puns collide. “Bheja Fry parcel,” exclaims one commentator. Another suggests the paper bag is “Safer than a Tin Foil Hat,” while a third creatively coins the phrase, “HEAD PARCEL TO CUSTOMER.” Meanwhile, a fourth humorously dubs it a “Recycle-able helmet …Environ-mentalist.”

Meanwhile, his incident is merely a glimpse into the larger canvas of ‘Peak Bengaluru’ moments. In a previous viral sensation, a woman gracefully navigated the chaotic Bengaluru streets on a Rapido bike, not merely enjoying the ride but multitasking with fervor – typing away on her laptop. Talk about achieving work-life balance on the go, especially in a city where traffic jams are an unwelcome encore!

Also Read: Delhi’s ‘Yaha Police Wale Hote Hain’ Landmarks on Google Has Internet Thanking ‘Social Service’

Bengaluru, you’ve done it again!

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