Man pulls something out of arrested guy's pants without cops noticing

Man pulls something out of arrested guy's pants without cops noticing

South Africans were shocked by a video of cops attempting to arrest an alleged foreign national, whom they believed was carrying narcotics. What made the video more bizarre was the cameraman, who at one point reached into the arrestee's pants to pull something out.

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On Monday, a video made its way onto Twitter which showed cops forcibly arresting a man, who is believed to be a foreigner. The footage showed the cameraman giving cops a hard time as one of the officers went as far as to choke the man.

However, the cameraman then goes on to take something from the man's butt area without the SAPS noticing.

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The video was posted on social media by Twitter parody account, Man's Not Barry Roux.

"Is it me or this guy just pull out something from the guy's ass while the police weren't looking?" he captioned the clip.

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Briefly.co.za gathered other South Africans also picked up on the cameraman putting his hand in the other guy's pants and they speculated that he might have taken drugs from the arrestee.

Twitter user @LungaQM23 commented: "The nerve...I hope they are both arrested or deported, we don't need these kinds of criminals feeding our vulnerable young people with drugs and walk around thinking that they own this country. We can't and must not tolerate nonsense in the name of Africanism. Let us not."

Other South Africans expressed their frustration with the 'foreigners', who they claim are wreaking havoc in the country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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