Milk delivery with a twist: Harley Davidson riding milkman captivates social media
20-01-2023 Fri 15:50
Milk delivery is an essential service that we are all accustomed to seeing, but recently, a video of a milkman delivering milk on a Harley Davidson motorcycle went viral on social media. The milkman, Amit Bhadana, is not your typical milkman. He was once a bank employee but quit his job to pursue his passion and entered into his family's milk business.
As he has always been a fan of riding bikes, Bhadana decided to purchase a Harley Davidson worth at least Rs. 5 lakhs. He began using the motorcycle to make his milk deliveries. The video shows Bhadana leaving his home on the Harley Davidson, with two milk canisters hanging on each side of the bike.
People were amazed to see him riding such an expensive motorcycle while delivering milk. Bhadana's unique approach to his milk delivery business has caught the attention of many and has inspired others to pursue their passions and make a difference in their chosen field.
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