A freelance journalist in Mumbai’s Bandra got fed up of asking the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) to clear the rubble outside her house, so she came up with a the most ingenious idea to draw the civic authorities attention. The BMC has dug road right outside her house and forgot to clear the rubble.
— BookOfGenesia (@genesiaalves) April 25, 2017
People found this too amusing to not react:
@genesiaalves On the bright side, global footwear standards have clearly improved since WW II. 🙂
— Sadanand Dhume (@dhume) April 25, 2017
— Narasinga (@syrinje) April 25, 2017
@genesiaalves hahaha brilliant. i missed the photo shoot, damn!
— rajesh tahil (@rajeshtahil) April 25, 2017
@genesiaalves I’m late to this party but… Very very cool!
— angad singh chowdhry (@angadc) April 26, 2017
@genesiaalves How are you so cool?
— Gonzo (@theevilp) April 25, 2017
@genesiaalves I think you have broken the twitterz today
— Irshad Daftari (@daftari) April 25, 2017
@genesiaalves Good morning, front pager.
— Ramki (@ramkid) April 26, 2017
@genesiaalves BMC are going to make you their digging mascot now.
— Abhishek Gureja (@AbhishekGureja) April 25, 2017
@genesiaalves This is just so apt. Brilliant sense of humour and concern at the same time. Way to go!!
— वैभव पु. धोनसेकर (@VaibhavPD) April 26, 2017
@genesiaalves Brewed a little storm in that tea cup. Love your work!
— Amar Bantwal (@AmarBantwal) April 26, 2017
Although this is not the first time Genesia has come up with such an idea. Earlier as well, she had posted a photograph of Recce Street, Paul’s Road inviting fashion magazines to come for an ‘post apocalyptic photoshoot’.
Fashion mags. Want a post apocalyptic shoot with undead refs? Recce St Paul’s Rd. (Screaming banshee also available for mixed metaphors.) pic.twitter.com/6egTQe1Sv3
— BookOfGenesia (@genesiaalves) April 24, 2017