Another video allegedly shows traffic officer accepting a bribe

Another video allegedly shows traffic officer accepting a bribe

Another video has been shared on social media which allegedly shows a traffic officer accepting a 'cooldrink'.

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Previously, Briefly.co.za reported a traffic cop was caught on video accepting money - and it has apparently happened again.

On Wednesday, Yusuf Abramjee took to Twitter to share yet another video of a traffic officer allegedly taking a bribe.

The video shows a man taking out cash and rolling down his window while an officer walks over to his car.

The motorist then hands the traffic cop the money, which he accepts without hesitation.

Another video allegedly shows traffic officer accepting a bribe

Screenshots of the video. Photo credit: Yusuf Abramjee/Twitter.
Source: Twitter

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According to Abramjee's post, it is believed the incident was filmed in Limpopo.

"Video as received: Traffic cop takes a bribe. It’s believed to be in Limpopo. @TrafficRTMC #CrimeWatch," he captioned the clip.

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However, social media users believe the footage was not filmed in South Africa and they commented that someone fooled Abramjee.

According to several tweeps, the uniform, language and currency indicates it took place in Botswana.

Mbhazima Shilowa, who goes by the Twitter handle @Enghumbhini, commented: "Are you sure they’re South African? I know it’s not LP. Somebody scammed you Yusuf."
Botho Molosankwe, @Mizzyb1, added: "These people are in Botswana Yusuf. Listen to the language and the accent."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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