The video of a woman creating a ruckus in Hyderabad's busy Begumpet - Secunderabad road on Thursday, where she is seen abusing and trying to hit fellow commuters, has gone viral.
The woman, identified as a city-based psychiatrist Lubna Shazore Mirza, was allegedly speeding and cutting lanes, when she almost bumped her vehicle into a motorist.
“She just missed the scooter, whose driver had not noticed her car. She then continued to zig-zag between the lanes, causing trouble for other commuters as well,” a biker told Deccan Chronicle.
Following this, a scene was created, with Lubna and the commuter entering into a heated debate, and stalling traffic behind them.
Right at the time, SR Nagar traffic inspector VVS Ramalinga Raju happened to pass by, and tried to break up the two parties after seeing that they had entered into a heated argument.
“Traffic came to a halt on the busy road. I was passing by and stopped the vehicle to see what was the reason. When I was talking to the scooterist, the woman in the car disembarked from her car and started arguing with him. As they were causing traffic jam, I jotted down her vehicle number and asked them to leave. Instead of leaving the place, she drove the car rashly , veering from one end to the other at high speed, dangerously close to the scooterist. She again stopped the vehicle next to the scooterist and exchanged words, but left before I could reach there,“ the inspector told the Times of India.
The entire incident was recorded on camera, following which the video went viral on social media.
Begumpet traffic police inspector K Kalyan Kumar told Mirror, "We asked the man to lodge a complaint. But, he was not willing to lodge a complaint against the woman. Our CCTV footage also showed her driving the car rashly from Greenpark flyover."
While the motorist did not lodge a complaint, the Inspector who was also an eye-witness filed a complaint, following which a case was booked against Lubna for rash driving and creating a nuisance.
Watch a part of the entire incident that played out, below.