Caught on camera: Bus driver removes policeman who jumped on his car

Caught on camera: Bus driver removes policeman who jumped on his car

- A video of a driver taking off with a police officer on top of his bus has surfaced online

- The video opens with the policeman daring the driver to take off after he made earlier attempts to disregard a directive to park

- The disturbing footage shows the policeman jumping on top of the bus as the driver was taking off

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A video rapidly making rounds on social media shows the driver of a bus taking off with a police officer on top of his vehicle.

This latest video is among a series of similar disturbing footages of drivers showing utter disregard for law enforcement officers on Ghanaian roads.

In late March, two similar instances in which civilian taxi drivers drove off with police officers on top of their cars were reported. One happened in Ghana and the other in Nigeria.

In the recent video sighted by, the policeman was spotted jumping onto the vehicle after the driver of the bus disregarded a directive to pull over.

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Amid the voices of discerning onlookers who called on the policeman to get off the bus to avoid an unfortunate accident, the police officer still stood his ground in front and later jumped on top of the moving bus.

The angry policeman made efforts to stop the driver from taking off but was unsuccessful.

Many have reacted with shock after the video emerged on social media, with many hoping that the incident between the two ended without any casualties.

In other news, it was earlier reported that amidst the outbreak and spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, many have shared unvaried information which thrived on myths and popular beliefs held by people about the dreaded Covid-19.

Many have shared some of these misconceptions on social media which have further heightened people’s fears and panic among many.

Against these myths, the World Health Organisation has outlined some of the 14 common myths about Covid-19, which has claimed the lives of over 10 000 people around the world as at the time this was published.

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