Karnataka’s bus driver suspended after he allows a monkey to drive

Recently, a video is becoming viral where a monkey is driving the bus and its really surprising. In the latest news of Karnataka, the driver of the Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) who gave the charge of driving the bus to a monkey and as the video went viral the man was suspended from his job. Well, the video has come out on the social media platform and is making rounds since then.

As per the reports of the news agency ANI, this incident took place at Davanagere area of the state and on 1st of October when the bus was moving from Devanagari to Bharamasagara.

Many tweeters are with and many are against the driver, for his misdeed, one of the tweeple said, " So sweet. Why suspend. He should have been warned to not repeat this."

The incident took place on Monday, and according to the government's road transport corporation - which only learned of the unusual driver's actions after the video went viral. The bus was occupied with passengers and complaint about their furry chauffeur. And one of the spokesmen said, “The safety of passengers cannot be put at risk by allowing a monkey on the steering wheel.”

We got to know that the name of the driver was M Prakash, who seemed to be unconcerned by this event, where he allowed to the monkey to sit along with him on the steering wheel as they continued their journey. As per the eyewitnesses, the monkey boarded the vehicle with another passenger and ignored to sit with them but up front as the bus traveled around Davanagere.

Eventually, the monkey landed on his destination and let the driver drive the bus but it really left a bad impact on the driver's life.


Monkeys have mostly created panic in public places, one of the last incidents of monkey was seen in Delhi Metro Station where the commuters were thrilled by the simian.

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by Shifa Naz | Mon, Oct 08 - 01:41 PM

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