Video of Vehicle Driver Arguing w/ MMDA Enforcer Apprehending Him Over Alleged Violation Elicits Comments Online

The video footage of a vehicle driver arguing with an MMDA enforcer apprehending him over allegedly violation elicits comments online.

Nowadays, there are some corrupt traffic employees who were extorting money from drivers after accusing them of certain traffic violations. A lot of drivers have been expressing their disappointment with those modus.

The Facebook page “Bisayang Dako” has shared the video footage of a confrontation between a vehicle driver and MMDA personnel during apprehension. The video garnered various reactions from the online community.

Vehicle Driver

In the video, it can be seen that the MMDA enforcer apprehended a vehicle driver for allegedly driving a colorum. The driver asked the enforcer for an “operation permit” or mission order to validate the authenticity of the operation.

However, the road officer could not provide one and just told the guy to wait. The male netizen reiterated that the enforcers should have prepared the mission order in advance to validate the operation.

The driver complained that the officer is causing inconvenience to his passengers. The man said that he has complete documents to prove the authenticity of his travel but refused to show it unless the enforcer show the mission order.

The two have an exchange of argument for a couple of minutes during the apprehension. The road personnel failed to present the permit and eventually let the vehicle pass and did not insist his claims.

Vehicle Driver

The video has a caption of:

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The video footage garnered various reactions from the social media users:

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