Jon Snow From Game Of Thrones Is Promoting Bengaluru Road Safety In The Most Creative Way

They sure know how to get their messages across!

Jon Snow From Game Of Thrones Is Promoting Bengaluru Road Safety In The Most Creative Way
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The Bengaluru City Police department's strong social media messages and tweets have always drawn a lot of attention due to their famous Twitter and Facebook pages that are filled with punchlines, sarcasm and strong messages. They seem to be doing more and more to strike a chord with the young generation!

Right from references to Harry Porter, Game of Thrones and jokes to spread awareness about the dangers of drunk driving, online fraud and road safety, these guys are winning the hearts of many with their striking tweets appearing one-by-one online. 

The Bengaluru City Police are kicking off the 'boring cop' image with their striking online presence that shows they're definitely 'not' that boring after all. And this time they've definitely upped their game and moved one step ahead in getting their message across to youngsters. In a bid to talk about road safety, they've made a reference from the popular HBO show 'Game of Thrones'. Their tweet carries a picture of Jon Snow from the series that shows him first without helmet and then with a helmet and the caption reads:

"What Jon Knows now......

99% : Nothing

1% : Road Safety"

Read on for more on this story!

This time their message was about wearing helmets, and Jon Snow from the Game of Thrones stars in their social media campaign!

This time their message was about wearing helmets, and Jon Snow from the Game of Thrones stars in their social media campaign!

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Like many of their other tweets, this one went viral too!

Like many of their other tweets, this one went viral too!
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If you're a GOT fan, you probably noticed the sigil they put on Jon Snow's helmet that belongs to the Targaryens.

If you're a GOT fan, you probably noticed the sigil they put on Jon Snow's helmet that belongs to the Targaryens.
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This soon gave rise to many conspiracy theories. and then a cheeky reply followed- @BlrCityPolice  "Oops, spoiler alert.

This soon gave rise to many conspiracy theories. and then a cheeky reply followed- @BlrCityPolice  “Oops, spoiler alert.

Here are some of their creative memes that got them loads of appreciation! 

Traffic jams/Signals!

Traffic jams/Signals!
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Be a Skywalker instead. Please use the Skywalk!

Be a Skywalker instead. Please use the Skywalk!
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Online fraud!

Online fraud!
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Don't drink and drive!

Don't drink and drive!
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