Bangalore, sometimes known as the “Startup Capital of India,” never fails to excite visitors. The city is noted for its daring attitude and continual inventions that frequently challenge the norm. Another “Peak Bengaluru” moment occurred when a man noticed a truck that resembled a mobile walk-in outfitter showroom. The image posted on X by user Pakchikpak Raja Babu shows a black truck with elegantly hanging clothing visible through the clear surface. Which appears to be a high-end clothes showroom on wheels.
The description reads, “In another episode of WTF Bangalore, saw this truck while going to the temple with my wife.” This post quickly went viral, causing quite a commotion on the internet. Another user remarked, “When I thought of ‘mobile showroom’ this is not what I meant.”
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Another user commented, “I think it’s great that someone is attempting to do what showrooms in big malls do.” I have no objections to a middle-class person struggling to make ends meet.” It isn’t a problem, even if it isn’t fully normal, as long as it isn’t immoral.” Another person commented, “Heard the food truck but didn’t see it coming.”
Another Peak Bengaluru event saw a delivery agent in the city wearing Swiggy’s characteristic orange T-shirt and carrying a Zomato delivery bag. The logo of Porter, a logistics services business, was printed on the helmet he wore while riding his two-wheeler. “This is why,” ex-user Manju commented with a photo of a delivery boy. “This is why I love Bengaluru!! This is my Peak Moment of Bengaluru.”