After porn, what should India ban next? Twitter responds with hilarious #NextBanIdea

After porn, what should be banned next? Twitter came up with some hilarious #NextBanIdea and soon it began trending all over India.

FP Staff August 03, 2015 16:36:48 IST
After porn, what should India ban next? Twitter responds with hilarious #NextBanIdea

How does Twitter react to the government blocking porn websites? By coming up with ideas for the next ban, in the most hilarious way possible!

After it was confirmed that the government has issued notices on 31 July to internet service providers across India to block 850 pornographic sites and they have been blocked over the weekend, Twitterati responded by a starting #NextBanIdea, giving the authorities not so friendly advice on what they can ban next. Soon, it was the top Twitter trend all over India and gave us some  hilarious jokes.

Have a look at some of the best #NextBanIdea tweets

Chetan Bhagat decided to join in the fun and got trolled in the process (no surprises there!)

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