Young Woman Creates Ruckus and Commotion at Kuttar

Young Woman Creates Ruckus and Commotion at Kuttar

Mangaluru: A young woman of about 28 (name withheld), said to be an Engineering graduate, brought life around the Rajarajeshwari temple almost to a standstill by behaving wildly without any provocation on Monday.


She arrived in a scooter and began abusing the public in English all by herself. As crowds gathered causing traffic jams, those around informed the police.

When they arrived, she is said to have tried to enter the temple with her footwear on. She was stopped from doing so but she got more aggressive.

She warned others not to get close to her with a threat to drag them all to the court. Women who had come to the temple counselled her and gave her food.

Her parents were informed. She was taken to a hospital and after being treated, she was sent home with them.

Her family sources said that she had recently undergone treatment for depression.


  1. She could be suffering from bipolar depression. People don’t act irrationally and put themselves through embarrassing situations in public unless they have certain mental issue. I’m glad that police and public handled the situation very well. I wish her all the best.

  2. “She could be suffering from bipolar depression.” – Registered Marana Panditha (RMP) – Daaaaktre rampaNNe

    Doc Thyampu, there is something called BIPOLAR DISORDER which is also known as MANIC DEPRESSION. So, how on earth.. or on your precious Dhogla RSS chaddi did you ‘diagnose’ it as “bipolar depression’?

    Wow… our Rampu is quite an armchair analyst. Lol. Right from Manic depression to Murudu statues.. he knows it ALL. chuckles. 🙂

  3. Mr Praveen, hope you have noted this. when people embarass themselves over and over,you should be kind enough with such persons.

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