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Kids celebrate by jumping on top of bus

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Published on June 18, 2019 - Duration: 00:29s

Kids celebrate by jumping on top of bus

This is the shocking moment more than a dozen kids were thrown off the top of a bus while riding on the roof to celebrate their first day back.

The teenagers were celebrating 'Bus Day' - the first day back after the summer break.

But when a motorbike travelling in front slammed on the brakes, the school bus made a sharp stop - and the kids toppled off on to the ground.

Police issued warnings to 24 kids for creating nuisance in public transport, on June 17, in Chennai in southern India.

A local source said: "As none of them was severely injured, the police took control of the matter and booked around 24 of them for creating nuisance in public transport.

"Their parents were later called and the students were released with a strict warning.

"The students celebrate the occasion by dancing and shouting on the top of the bus which en route to their college.

"Some also buy new clothes and gifts for bus drivers on the occasion of 'Bus Day Celebration.'" Locals said the kids were from Pachayappa College and celebrate 'Bus Day' twice a year when school reopens after the summer and winter breaks.

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Kids celebrate by jumping on top of bus

This is the shocking moment more than a dozen kids were thrown off the top of a bus while riding on the roof to celebrate their first day back.

The teenagers were celebrating 'Bus Day' - the first day back after the summer break.

But when a motorbike travelling in front slammed on the brakes, the school bus made a sharp stop - and the kids toppled off on to the ground.

Police issued warnings to 24 kids for creating nuisance in public transport, on June 17, in Chennai in southern India.

A local source said: "As none of them was severely injured, the police took control of the matter and booked around 24 of them for creating nuisance in public transport.

"Their parents were later called and the students were released with a strict warning.

"The students celebrate the occasion by dancing and shouting on the top of the bus which en route to their college.

"Some also buy new clothes and gifts for bus drivers on the occasion of 'Bus Day Celebration.'" Locals said the kids were from Pachayappa College and celebrate 'Bus Day' twice a year when school reopens after the summer and winter breaks.

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