A posh residential society of Lokhandwala in Andheri saw high drama last week when a model created chaos and stripped in front of cops after she had an altercation with a security guard.
The model was identified as Megha Sharma and lives as a paying guest at one of the buildings in the complex. The incident took place on October 25 at night, when she called up the security and asked him to buy her a pack of cigarettes. “The woman, who is a native of Dehradun, lives as a paying guest in the posh housing society of Lokhandwala. She was drinking inside her flat on the 15th floor of the building and asked the security guard Alok via intercom to get a packet of cigarette for her. The security guard however denied. Enraged, she came down and started to argue with Alok,” a police officer told the Mid-Day.
When Sharma came down, she picked up a fight with a security guard and slapped him. Later, Sharma herself called up the cops and sought their intervention. A team of cops from Oshiwara police station reached the spot and asked the woman to come to the police station to register a case. After which a team of cops from Oshiwara police station reached the spot and asked the woman to come to the police station to register a case. But Megha Sharma told the cops that as there was no female officer with them and denied to go with them.
In the video, it is seen that Megha Sharma is creating a chaos, and when cops ask her to accompany her to the police station to file a complaint but she refused and told them to return in the morning. In the video, the guard is seen holding the elevator door. Soon, the argument turns into a shouting match and, in frustration, Sharma strips in front of cops, the security guard and few spectators.
Later Sharma, tweeted to the Mumbai police on Saturday saying, “My fight is not only with that watchmen but also with those cops who was thr watching everything and who didn’t allow me to go back when I already said them I’ll come tomorrow …no law is thr taking a girl with thm in a police station…”
The Mumbai Police responded to her tweets saying, “As per our discussion on phone. We have shared this with Oshiwara police station.” An inspector of Oshiwara police station, Shailesh Pasalwar, told Mumbai Mirror, that no FIR had been registered in the incident.