Drunk Iranian women beat up traffic cop
The Times of India

BANGALORE: Two Iranian women realised the hard way that it doesn't pay to drink and drive, and definitely not to assault policemen and TV crew under influence. Farima (26) and her friend Azara Fazle (29) went on a drive after a drinking binge on Wednesday night, but landed in police net after thrashing a traffic cop and later smashing a TV camera.

While Farima has an engineering degree from BMS College, Azara got her BSc (biotechnology) from Dayanand Sagar College. Both have applied for MBA in Central College here. They were produced before the magistrate at Mayo Hall court who remanded them in judicial custody till February 20.

Around 11.30pm on Wednesday, Farima, driving the car, was stopped on Cubbon Road by cops on a routine check for drunk driving. She tested positive on the alcometer and sub-inspector Rao Ganesh asked her to produce the vehicle's papers and her DL.

Farina didn't have her licence; so the cop booked her for drunk driving without a licence. That was enough provocation for her friend Azara, who got off the car and asked Ganesh to return the documents. The cop told them to behave and collect it from the court. By then, he had shoved the documents into his motorcycle box. Azara broke open the box, pulled out the documents and marched to the car.

Sensing trouble, Ganesh closed the barricade which enraged Azara further. She again got down from the car and kicked Ganesh. Before he could realize what hit him, she punched him on his... >>>

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