A prank video featuring a woman and a man fighting is circulated with a fake communal twist!

Claim

Sick culture of using women. No feminazi has guys to talk about this sewer load.

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Explanation

The 17-second video shows a woman kicking a man while he was about to drive on his bike. They both got into an argument which turned into an ugly fight, followed by their sudden event of jumping into a nearby dirty water. This post is shared with a claim stating that “Sick culture of using women. This is the situation of the man who gave triple talaq to the woman.” You can view a similar claim post here.

What’s the truth?

We discovered the same video that Ashishkhushnuma had uploaded to her Instagram page while performing a reverse image search of the video’s keyframes.

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This Instagram page has a tonne of videos that were shot by the two of them and are of a similar genre. Recently, a lot of videos have been uploaded showing wives severely beating their husbands. The girl has also uploaded a few more videos wearing the same attire.

They are continuously sharing videos of a husband and wife abusing one another. Social media users are misrepresenting these videos by using a religious lens and spreading fake stories.

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Previously, several phony videos have also been presented as real-life occurrences.

Conclusion:

Through our investigation, we have discovered that the video purporting to show a woman and a man beating each other and spreading across social media is a hoax. The video is a carefully thought-out, scripted one.

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Indu Meenakshi

Indu Meenakshi is a former Microbiologist-turned-journalist, works as a Sub-Editor at YouTurn. She additionally holds Master’s in Management and English Literature. As a fact-checker, her job entails actively dispelling false information found online, exposing fake news, and raising public awareness.
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