(VIDEO) Official wanted to issue an infraction with a 'tray' in CDMX
An alleged public official wanted to file an infraction with 'patent' in Mexico City (CDMX). Everything was recorded in a video that is already circulating through social networks.
The alleged public servant wanted to evade a signal from the Transit elements of the Secretariat of Citizen Security (SSC) of CDMX, those who prevented passage through a demonstration in Bucareli.
In the video shared by journalist Jorge Becerril you can see Traffic officer complaining to the driver of a truck for violating the indication that marked the stop.
Allow me your license and your card for not paying attention to the instructions, you could not pass, they are telling you that there was no passage, do not throw the vehicle, your license and your card, show your public servant 'tray', it did not say that it was public servant, is that why they have the right to ignore it?” the Transit element is heard saying.
While, The driver evades the police officer and tells him that he did not see that they were giving him the signal. After a while of discussion, finally the offender He received his sanction.
“Show your public servant card, it didn't say that you were a Public servant!”, says an element of Tránsito de @SSC_CDMX to gandalla who threw the truck at them and crossed the fence, even though he was told that there was no way through the demonstration in #Bucareli. He already received the sanction from him!… pic.twitter.com/GadOa4vG0Q
— JORGE BECERRIL JB/8 (@MrElDiablo8) October 12, 2023
Reactions for a CDMX official who showed his 'patent'
After the police officer assured him that not because he was public server a fine can be issued, the reactions were presented on social networks.
Between the opinions it reads:
- I love when influential gangs "skewer" them.
- I wish they would punish those who use Line 4 of the Metrobús.
- A beer for that officer when he's off duty.
- Good performance by the officer.
- The officer is very good.
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