- A clip of South African police officers clashing with locals has been shared online by Twitter user @DanielMarven
- In the clip, the locals seem to be taking back alcohol that had been confiscated by police officers and placed in the back of a police van
- South Africans have shared various reactions to the clip since it was shared on the public platform
A clip of South African police officers going head-to-head with South African citizens has been shared on Twitter by @DainelMarven. In the clip, the locals appear to be unpacking cases of alcohol that had seemingly been confiscated by police officers.
In the clip, the men can be heard shouting that the officers are taking their livelihood. At one point in the clip, one of the angry local residents and an officer stand face-to-face while the officer commands that the man stop swearing at him.
"The community is fighting back," @danielmarven captured the clip.
Other South Africans had a lot to say about the clip and quickly headed to the comment section to share their interesting thoughts about it. Read a few of their comments below:
"Disrespecting our police is like disrespecting our own laws."
"Pity because currently, we don't even have a law to disrespect unless if by law you mean the one that only applies to us ordinary citizens and not politicians and the very same police."
"There's no fighting back here. They're fighting for alcohol. There's nothing to be proud about that."
"The community's wrong."
In other Briefly.co.za news, a photo of South African police officers pulling over the driver of an expensive Lamborghini has been shared online by popular Twitter user, @AdvoBarryRoux. In the picture, the cops and the driver appear to be in a rather deep conversation.
In the caption of the post, @advobarryroux asks his one million followers to share what they think the cops may be saying to the driver and it equalled hilarious responses from many South Africans.
"What do you think they are asking?" @advobarryroux wrote in the caption of the Twitter post.
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