VIRAL VIDEO: Of Banana Stand Being Wrecked By Police Officers

Police Officers Destroying Banana Stand Sparks Fire From Social Media

BANANA STAND – A video of a group of police officers destroying a banana stand went viral and entices reactions from netizens.

It is undeniably true that there are individuals who tend to violate, big or small. However, there are police, not all, who tend to do more than simply giving them a ticket or a receipt.

For example, in a previous report, an officer ordered his men to tow the vehicle, which was allegedly parked illegally in the sidewalk. The motorist recorded the entire scene and claimed that the management of the building allotted the parking area for them.

The officer, however, grabbed the phone of the motorist for filming the incident. Later, the security guard of the building also intervened trying to stop the officer from his actions towards the motorist.

Another example involves demolishing the property as an added penalty. Recently, “All about the Philippines”, a Facebook page, posted a video of officers destroying a banana stand.

The person who recorded the video claims that they were allowed to place their bananas in the path walk. Later, the police confiscated the stand and wrecked it, along with lots of bananas. The vendor decided to record the incident and hoped that it goes viral.

As of now, the video received at about 700 reactions and 5.8K shares.

Here are some of the comments:

Judith Delos Reyes Agustin: “Naku barya barya lang yan ginaganyan nyo yong malalaking nagninigosyo hulihin nyo di na kau naawa”

Lanie Santdas Urbano: “Oh my god sana tinikitan nyo na lang.. or kinumpiska.. then pag nabayaran na ang penalty hinayaan nyo na. Pagkain sisirain nyo ng ganyan.. parqng di naman po makatarungan..”

Irene Respicio: “bakit kailangan pang sirain yan di nalang kinuha tas dinala sa day-care para maluto nila para sa mga bara sana…. ano ba yan naghahanap buhay nung tao hindi umaasa sa gobyerno yan kaya dapat bigyan na!an nagbpagkakataon”

What do you think?

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