'F**K off' is a sexually coloured American remark, not used in Indian society to ask anyone to leave: Delhi court

Additional Sessions Judge (ASJ) Sanjay Sharma of Tis Hazari Court, therefore, rejected the argument of an accused person who had contended that the dictionary meaning of the phrase is ‘to leave’.
Tis Hazari
Tis Hazari

A Delhi court recently held that the remark ‘f**k off’ is a vulgar American slang and is not used in Indian society, schools, or colleges to ask anyone to leave.

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