Video of alleged drunk cop searching for his gun has tweeps in stitches

Video of alleged drunk cop searching for his gun has tweeps in stitches

A video was shared on social media of a law official, who was caught sleeping on the job while allegedly under the influence.

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On Wednesday, a video was shared on social media of a cop, who was caught sleeping while on duty.

However, Briefly.co.za learned once he was woken up it appeared the man was drunk and he misplaced his firearm.

The video was shared on Twitter by parody account Man's Not Barry Roux and it sparked quite the reaction.

"Ayi Madoda. He doesn’t even know where his gun is," he captioned the video.

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In just a couple of hours the video gathered over 30k views and social media users had a lot to say about the law official's behaviour.

Ayandakhumalo, who goes by the Twitter handle @Ayandak08129349, commented: "That Guy looks like he has Drinking problems or problems that makes him to drink heavy. He needs help don't kill his kids n wife pls CAPTAIN ag shame or maybe in divorce or lost family members or personal issue. I feel like crying."
Daniel Malatji, @dtmalatji, wrote: "This is so sad. You have to be utterly broken and hollowed out from within to hate yourself this much. Some of us are drunk on other things like pride, lust and greed but because we retain a modicrum of respectability we don't see it and are occassionally rewarded by society."

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