3 videos of South African police officers misbehaving in 2018

3 videos of South African police officers misbehaving in 2018

Whenever a police officer messes up, you can be sure that social media will make sure the rest of the world sees it. Thanks to this, we have 3 videos of South African Police officials busted for being drunk on the job.

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Thanks to the wonders of technology, it is very easy to bust someone misbehaving on camera and then share it with the world.

Sadly, some of South Africa's Police Force members were on the other side of a camera when they were caught drunk on duty.

While not all of these acts are always caught on film, Briefly.co.za found 3 videos of police members who are wasted while they're meant to be on duty.

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This prison warden was busted by his captain and he tried to convince him that he is fine. He failed miserably. The most shocking thing was that the drunken cop couldn't even tell his superior where his firearm is.

This official might not be in his uniform, but it is reported that he was indeed on duty. The incident took place outside Sandton police station. However, the police say the man wasn't on duty.

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In this video, the officer was filmed inside a police van. The people who filmed the incident couldn't hide their surprise when the officer climbed out of the vehicle and could barely stand on his feet.

The South African Police Force was rather disappointing in 2018, getting caught sleeping on the job as well, but we're hoping things will be better and more professional in 2019.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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