Gurugram woman who refused to pay cab driver after 12-hour ride dupes beauty parlour of Rs 20,000 – Viral video

Gurugram woman who refused to pay cab driver after 12-hour ride dupes beauty parlour of Rs 20,000 - Viral video

Jyoti Dalal | Image: Twitter

Gurugram: Remember the woman who refused to pay a cab driver Rs 2,000 after a 12-hour cab ride?

Last month, a video of the woman, identified as Jyoti Dalal, went viral in which she was seen arguing with a cab driver near Huda City Centre in Gurugram. She was said to have taken the cab at around 10 pm and then roamed around till 11 am of the next morning. When the cab driver asked her to pay Rs 2,000, she refused.

Now, another video of Jyoti duping a salon of Rs 20,000 after taking their services has gone viral.

The incident reportedly happened at the Grace and Glamour parlour.

The video was posted on X (formerly Twitter) by journalist Deepika Bharadwaj.

“GURUGRAM : Jyoti Dalal does it again. Woman who duped the Cab Driver of Rs. 2000 has now duped a Beauty Parlour of Rs. 20000. No action by @gurgaonpolice @police_haryana,” Bharadwaj wrote while sharing the video.

Watch the viral video here:

Jyoti visited the salon around 1 pm and took their services till late in the night. She said that she would make the payment by 11 pm but later created chaos.

When the beauty parlour informed the police for help, Jyoti claimed to be the girlfriend of a high-profile man in Gurugram.

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The parlour wanted to file an FIR against Jyoti, however, no action was reportedly taken by the police.

The viral video angered netizens. They took to the comments section to share their thoughts:

One user said, “Mast business hai re Bhai iska 🙏🙏.” Another wrote, “@gurgaonpolice will you do something about it or you’ll sit as usual & do nothing?”

A third user commented, “She’ll do this again after this.” Someone posted, “I am curious to understand what is the limitation of police that refrains them from taking any action against a repeat offender.”

Yet another noted, “What was the outcome of the first case? Did the driver get her money in that, and she some punishment? How is this even becoming a thing? Saamne wali bhi to ladies hain is case mein.”

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