Wife should come back from maternal home, because of this the man climbed 100 feet high tower, then...
Newz Fast, New Delhi: The thinking of people who go through anything to convince their wife is also very different. To persuade his wife, he does such acts, which you cannot even think of.
Arguments and quarrels often happen between couples and it has become common for people now, but if this debate increases so much that it will be a matter of thinking when it comes to living and dying.
Couples want to solve their problems by talking, but there are some people who adopt strange methods to resolve the dispute.
The thinking of people who go through anything to convince their wife is also very different. To persuade his wife, he does such acts, which you cannot even think of.
Yes, a man climbed the mobile tower to call his wife back from the maternal home.
Drunk man climbs mobile tower
In Maharashtra's Jalna district, a drunk man climbed a 100 feet tall mobile tower. Now you must be thinking that what must have been the reason behind this?
Let us tell you what happened after all. Actually, the man's wife got angry and went to her maternal home and she refused to come back.
After many persuasion, when the man's wife did not return from her maternal home, she decided to climb the 100 feet high mobile tower.
He insisted that he would not get down from the tower until his wife was ready to come to the in-laws' house.
Wife should come back from maternal home, because of this climbed up
According to media reports, a person named Ganpat Bakal came down after assurances from villagers, fire brigade and police personnel that they would try to resolve the domestic dispute.
The incident is of Dabhadi village of Badnapur tehsil on Wednesday. The police officer said, 'He was under the influence of alcohol. He came down from the tower after four hours.
He was taken into custody and later released. This video of the incident became fiercely viral on social media. Let us tell you that the person was sitting on the tower for four hours.
Eyewitnesses said the scene reminded them of Dharmendra's character's drunken performance in the 1970s blockbuster film 'Sholay'.