A video on social media shows a cop allegedly drunk in public

A video on social media shows a cop allegedly drunk in public

- A video has surfaced of an allegedly drunk police officer stumbling along a street

- It is not clear if he is on duty but he is in uniform

- Social media users were quite upset by the officer's behaviour

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A video has surfaced on social media which shows a policeman allegedly drunk in public while possibly on duty, or at least in uniform.

The video was posted on Facebook by South Africa Live and shows the policeman walking unsteadily and moving strangely as he talks to members of the public.

When South Africa moved to lockdown Level 3 on Monday, alcohol went back on sale with mixed feelings from the public.

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The video has since on viral with hundreds of views and comments.

Temb Tsepo: That guy needs help maybe if we can listen to his problem we can't blame him.they are working under pressure. Mr Cele they need counselling pls.they are also human with human problems. something must be done this is bad seriously.
Vumokuhle Mancama Gina: Too many judges...‍ he makes mistakes too, come on judges...
Sindy Ndlovu: Is it really that hard to take your job serious by drinking after work?

In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that South Africa entered Level 3 of lockdown on 1 June which saw millions returning to work. Level 3 also eased some of the lockdown regulations that have been in place since for over two months.

Level 3 also allows for the sale of liquor on Monday to Thursday between 9am and 5pm. South Africans eager to finally quench their thirst after not being allowed to buy alcohol for weeks flooded liquor outlets and bought to their hearts' desire.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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