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Russian Vlogger Flags Delhi Passport Officer For ‘Inappropriate’ Behaviour; Internet Divided

| Updated: April 29, 2024 12:10

A Russian content creator, with over 80,000 followers on Instagram, has claimed that a passport officer at Delhi airport asked her to call him.

An avid traveller and a lover of India, Dinara, the vlogger, claimed in a video that a passport control officer at Delhi airport asked her to call him after writing down his contact number on her boarding pass.

He reportedly asked her to call him the next time she was in India. Dinara asked her followers if the officer’s behaviour was appropriate or not.

In the video, she says, ”A passport control officer has written down his phone number on my ticket and told me that the next time I come to India, ‘contact me’. Arey yaar, what is this behaviour huh?”

”Was this behaviour appropriate?” Dinara captioned the video. The text read, ”I’m shocked. Are you serious? The passport control officer at Delhi Airport wanted me to call him.”

The video has received mixed reactions, with many people calling out the officer and calling his behaviour ”unethical” and ”inappropriate”.
One user wrote, ”It’s inappropriate. The officer on duty should not behave like this for his reasons. Very unethical. Sorry, you have to go through this.”

Another commented, ”This is not appropriate behaviour and proper legal action shall be taken against him. We apologise for his behaviour.”

However, a few defended the officer, saying he must have done it out of courtesy and was only being hospitable. A third wrote, ”Maybe he is trying to be courteous for any future help .. every situation has a different perspective. It’s just a mindset.”

Notably, Dinara who has more than 80,000 followers on Instagram is an avid traveller and loves India.

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