Newspaper ad stating man lost his death certificate goes viral, Twitterati laps up the issue to initiate meme fest : The Tribune India

Newspaper ad stating man lost his death certificate goes viral, Twitterati laps up the issue to initiate meme fest

The ad also mentions the serial no of the certificate he had lost

Newspaper ad stating man lost his death certificate goes viral, Twitterati laps up the issue to initiate meme fest

Ranjit Singh, a resident of Assam, in the lost column of the newspaper got an ad published stating that he lost his death certificate at certain market on September 7 in morning. Pic credit- Twitter/@rupin1992

Tribune Web Desk

Chandigarh, September 23

Social media has no dearth of content which is uncanny, besides being funny at times. Upholding this propensity of social media, a newspaper snap is doing the rounds on social media where a man has laid out an advertisement claiming that he had lost his death certificate.

The picture of this peculiar advertisement has been shared on Twitter by an IAS officer, Rupin Sharma. “It happens only in #India,” the caption of the post reads.

Ranjit Singh, a resident of Assam, in the lost column of the newspaper got an ad published stating that he lost his death certificate at certain market on September 7 in morning. The ad also mentions the serial no of the certificate he had lost.

Soon after getting viral, the post has initiated laughter riot in social media community. Netizens after witnessing the ad are poking fun saying that the time travel is perhaps a real concept.

Tribune Shorts


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