Brief Outline: A video message of Petrol tank blast is going viral over the social media and reason quoted for this is really foolish to believe.
Origin: This video of the petrol tank blast claiming to be near electronic City Begur Bengaluru is going viral.
Ayupp Rating: Fake
Royal Enfield motorcycle Petrol tank blast. Man burnt alive near electronic City Begur junction (Karnataka) Due to petrol tank filled full! Don’t fill full tank in summer
Royal Enfield motorcycle Petrol tank blast. Man burnt alive near electronic City Begur junction (Karnataka)— Ajay Tarak™ 🐯 (@TArockFreak) April 9, 2018
Due to petrol tank filled full!
Don’t fill full tank in summer !⬇#BulletLovers 🙄 pic.twitter.com/JO0TFih9EL
Detailed Analysis: The video shared on the social media getting huge response claiming the person was charred to death after the burns is going viral over the social media. Recently the same video was posted with the title “Royal enfield petrol tank blast at malkapet”
People has been widely sharing the video without knowing the truth behind the bullet story, the truth is this is not a fire due to petrol tank blast, but is of a road accident when a Royal Enfield motorcycle caught fire upon colliding with a stationary tempo in South-West Delhi’s Shankar Vihar on Wednesday morning. This incident happened on January 14, 2016. As per thehindu Manik Gaur was reportedly trapped under his Bullet as he could not push it after it caught fire and was burnt to death.
Manik was in top speed. He rammed a stationary tempo and his bike’s fuel tank started leaking. He then went skidding for metres on the leaked petrol, and the sparks created due to friction set the bike ablaze
A man was charred to death when his Royal Enfield motorcycle caught fire upon colliding with a stationary tempo in South-West Delhi's Shankar Vihar on Wednesday morning. Police quoted eyewitnesses as saying that the bleeding victim was lying unconscious under the motorcycle when it suddenly went up in flames.
A 32-year-old man was charred to death when the bike he was driving rammed a tempo, skid for a few metres and fell on him before catching fire, on NH 8 in southwest Delhi's Shankar Vihar on Wednesday evening.
Indeed a accident happened in Delhi and a person died as well, but this was not a petrol tank blast somewhere in south India.
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