Popular multinational restaurant aggregator and food delivery company, Zomato has some of the most comic and stimulating takes on recent scenarios. Well, the food delivery giant has done it again, and this time the blow was directed at popular YouTuber Gaurav Taneja aka Flying Beast who was recently arrested by the Noida Police.
The recent tweet by Zomato has gone viral on social media in which the restaurant aggregator, apparently, trolled Gaurav Taneja over his arrest. Taking a hilarious dig on 'Flying Beast' Gaurav's arrest, the food delivery company tweeted, "wondering why is nobody ordering cakes at the metro station since yesterday." ALSO READ | YouTuber Gaurav Taneja Aka Flying Beast Granted Bail After Being Arrested For Celebrating His Birthday In Noida Metro!
wondering why is nobody ordering cakes at metro station since yesterday— zomato (@zomato) July 11, 2022
Well, it seems like Zomato had a major FOMO! And from the looks of it, the giant was unhappy about ‘not being invited’ to Flying Beasts’ birthday bash!
While Zomato’s tweet came in good humour, even Gaurav took it sportingly as he responded to Zomato’s cheeky tweet. The Youtuber replied in the same tone and wrote, "Hi @zomato, want to plan a surprise for my wife's birthday."
For the unversed, Youtuber Flying Beast was reportedly arrested by the Noida Police after people in large numbers assembled for his surprise birthday party at Noida’s Sector 51 metro station. As per the reports, the party was planned by his wife, Ritu Rathee.
Unfortunately, the assembly of people in large numbers ultimately caused chaos amid prohibitory orders in Gautam Buddh Nagar, following which the You Tuber was arrested on Sunday, July 10. The Youtuber's friends booked the metro coach under a scheme of the Noida Metro Rail Corporation that allows renting of coaches for private celebrations, was also granted bail within hours of his arrest, reported DNA.
"YouTuber Gaurav Taneja was held under IPC sections 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by government officials) and 341 (wrongful restraint) after an FIR was lodged at the local Sector 49 police station," a senior police official said.
"He was arrested around 2 pm, after a large number of people gathered outside the Noida Sector 51 metro station, leading to traffic snarls on the road in front of it. He was granted bail later in the evening," the official added.
The recent exchange of tweets has entertained the netizens and it has seemingly calmed the Flying Beasts’ fans as well.
Well, let us hope such incidents never occur!
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