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Coimbatore

SI `slaps’ student for bike triple riding

Covai Post Network

A teenager has alleged that a police officer slapped him for undertaking a triple ride on his bike which led to bleeding and he now has hearing impairment in his right ear.

According to sources, Dinesh S, an engineering student in a private college here along with two of his friends had gone triples in motorcycle near Thondamuthur. While they were passing through Thondamuthur police station, they were stopped by Sub-Inspector P Madhavan who questioned them for three persons travelling on a single motorcycle. He summoned them to the police station and while the bike was being parked, the inspector slapped one of the students Mithun, which caused bleeding. He was rushed to the Thondamuthur Government Health Centre and later advised to be taken to CMCH. Madhavan denied the allegations and said the students tried to drive away on their vehicle when they were asked to come to the station for questioning.

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