Tourists, among them Mexicans, were reprimanded for going for a walk on the streets of a city in the Asian country.
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Like in elementary school. Mexican tourists violate the confinement laws in India and have to write 500 times sorry. 10 tourists from Mexico, Israel, Australia and Austria were walking the streets of Rishikesh, a city at the foot of the Himalayas, and the police imposed a punishment that returned them to kindergarten.
According to local police officer Vinod Sharma, these people were forced to write 500 times a sentence that said: “I have not respected the rules of confinement, I am sorry.”
India decreed her confinement for the end of March and the country's people are only allowed to go out to buy food and medicine. For this reason, the police have managed with punishment for offenders ranging from frog jumps to squats.
The Asian country reported on Sunday an accumulated balance of 273 deaths from coronavirus and 8,300 infected.