A woman, Jayapradha of Villupuram, Tamil Nadu, filed a missing person report for her husband, Suresh. Three years later, she was reunited with him when a relative spotted him on TikTok.
Among all the instances criticizing the viral app, TikTok, this could be a distinctive example in which it went to the assistance of a police case.
Suresh was married to Jayapradha, a Krishnagiri native, and the couple had two kids. Suresh left his family in 2016 and did not return. Jayapradha lodged a complaint with the police after she enquired with Suresh’s friends and relatives. The police registered an FIR but there were no further developments to the case.
There was no significant breakthrough in the situation until something weird was noticed on TikTok by one of Jayaprada’s relatives. An individual that resembled Suresh appeared in one of the videos. After Jayapradha confirmed it was her husband, the matter was reported to Villupuram police and they traced him down to Hosur.
Suresh left home as he was’ angry with some developments,’ according to reports. He worked as a mechanic in a tractor business in Hosur and was in a relationship with trans woman.
An officer added, “The trans woman was also in the video, and we tracked them down with the help of the Villupuram Transgender Association. According to reports, they’ve advised Jayapradha and Suresh and sent them home.”