Poonam Pandey and Her Husband Sam Bombay were granted bail after the couple was detained by the Goa Police on November 5, 2020 for shooting obscene video at the Chapoli Dam. Poonam and Sam were granted bail on a bail bond of Rs 20,000 each. In the night of November 5 , 2020 Poonam Pandey and Sam Bombay were granted bail by the Judicial Magistrate First Class , Canacona. Bail is granted under Section 436 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.
Actress Poonam Pandey and her husband were detained by Goa Police on November 5,2020 for trespassing into the government property and for shooting "obscene"video in the costal State. Section 292 of Indian Penal Code, 1860 deal with obscenity and states that a figure or an object shall be deemed to be obscene if it is lascivious or appeals to the pertinent interest such as to tend to depraved and corrupt a person.
The couple got bail by the Court on a condition that they will not be able to leave Goa unless the Court allows them to do so. Section 441 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 said that before any person is released on bail or released on his own bond, a bond for such sum of money as the police officer or the court, as may think sufficient shall be executed by such person and when he is released on bail by one or more efficient securities condition that such person shall be attained at the time and place mention in the bond and shall continue to attend until otherwise directed by the police officer of the court. If the condition on bail bond is not follow then bail can also be cancelled anytime under Section 466A of Code of Criminal Procedure,1973.
In fact, the couple will be at the police station until both of them submit the bail amount.