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    Twitteratti ROFL as Man Dressed as Astronaut 'Moonwalks' on Indian City’s Potholes - Video

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    New Delhi (Sputnik): An Indian artist from Bengaluru has left netizens amazed after dressing up as an astronaut to highlight the condition of the pothole-ridden roads of his city.

    In the video clip, shared by Baadal Nanjundaswamy, the artist can be seen walking on Tunganagar Road in the city. To highlight the abysmal condition of roads a bit more creatively, he is dressed up as an astronaut and carefully walking on the road to mimic a moonwalk.

    The artist, locally known for raising such social issues through art performances, created street-art around the road, which was already full of potholes.

    The video clip soon went viral on social media, with people lauding the artist for his innovative idea to attract the attention of general public and civic authorities.

    Meanwhile many others opted to hilariously take a dig at the condition of the roads of the city.

    ​This is not the first time that Nanjundaswamy has marked a silent protest against such incidents of negligence. The artist has previously made creative installations using art to highlight various issues.

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