- A boy named Hanumanthu came to the police station with a complaint against a boy named Hanumanthu.
- Finally, what should we do now? Said the police officer
- Hanuman immediately said, “File a case against him.”
The students, who were studying in a primary school, reached the police station. According to The News Minute, a boy named Hanumanthu came to the police station with a complaint against a boy named Hanumanthu. The accused Hanuman has also reached the police station. And classmates of both Hanuman.
The plaintiff alleges that Hanumanthu, who borrowed his lead pencil, will not repay it. The police recorded a video of the child complaining that the incident seemed too interesting. “While we were doing homework and playing, he picked up my pencil!” The video shows Hanuman telling the police. But the accused Hanuman insists, “I took it, but I gave it back.” Friends try their best not to laugh during arguments and counter-arguments.
After further analysis, the accused Hanuman says that he only took the lead and did not take the pencil. Finally, what should we do now? Asks the police officer. Hanuman immediately said, “File a case against him.”
Later in the video, Hanumanthu insists that the police take action, despite the laughter of his friends and the shock on the face of the other Hanumanthu. “You have to be generous. Wouldn’t his parents be upset if he was sent to prison? ” The video also shows a policeman telling Hanumanthu that he had complained.
Eventually, Hanuman returned to the police station, reluctantly agreeing to a truce and shaking hands with his ‘enemy’.