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Woman harasses police officers by recording them in viral video

The woman followed the two police officers right to their car, and continued filming as they drove off, the video gained 24,000 views, with many disappointed that time and resources were utilised in a such a useless way ,

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A video taken by a woman recording two police officers has surfaced, going viral.

In the video, a woman follows two police officers into a lift, at what looks to be a HDB block, and can be heard telling a male police officer, “You snatched my handphone, it’s okay, I will put online, that’s all”.

As the officers immediately exit the lift, she then asks the male officer, “You snatched my handphone, right?”

To this, he replied, “ I tell you to stop recording, you still want to record then what do you want me to do?”

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She then tells him, “You ask your ASP (Assistant Superintendent of Police) to come and talk to me”.

To this, the officer said, “You call triple-nine, go and make a complaint. They will tell you what to do. I got no ASP or whatever to handle all these kinds of things with you. Please”.

The elevator arrives at their floor and the woman follows the two officers into it.

During their exchange, it seems that the woman had made a call to the police hotline, but had called again to cancel. Despite this, as the male officer had said, the two police-officers were sent down just to make sure that everything was alright.

The woman followed the two police officers right to their car, and continued filming as they drove off, until the car could no longer be seen.

Within eight hours, the video garnered 24,000 views and more than 200 reactions.

Just about all who commented on the video expressed that the woman was wasting the time and resources of the officers and added that she was foolish to harass law enforcement.

TISG has reached out to the Singapore Police Force for clarification on the incident. /TISG

Be respect to every Officer on the ground, Mr Inspector was very kind to this woman, he have the right to take action against this irritating woman who created the nuisance act in public place.

Posted by Rick Yee on Sunday, 1 September 2019

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