viernes , 22 octubre 2021

El escándalo los policías de Chubut llegó a los medios de Inglaterra

Chubut.- El escándalo de los dos supuestos policías de Chubut bailando una cumbia del grupo “Nene Malo” y disparando al aire, llegó a Londres. El sitio web del diario Daily Mail le dio un generoso espacio en su edición del miércoles bajo el título “Dos policías argentinos se filmaron a sí mismos disparando al aire y bailando mientras llevaban pasamontañas en Argentina”.

Y después agrega: “Dos policías se registraron bailando al lado de un coche patrulla. En el video, subido a YouTube, agitan armas en el aire antes de disparar tiros manteniendo sus identidades ocultas con pasamontañas al realizar acrobacias con uniformes. Ahora el jefe de la Policía local anunció una investigación por “el comportamiento escandaloso”.

El Daily Mail es un tabloide británico y el segundo más leído en el Reino Unido detrás de “The Sun” con una tirada de más de dos millones de ejemplares. Le da al tema un generoso despliegue con imágenes y opiniones de sus lectores.

Según la nota, “las imágenes alarmantes del incidente fueron publicadas en YouTube, donde fueron recibidas con indignación generalizada después de ser compartidas en las redes sociales. La Policía de la Provincia de Chubut, en el sur de Argentina está ahora investigando y tratando de identificar a los culpables”.

Police officers face the sack after they filmed themselves shooting in the air and dancing while wearing balaclavas in Argentina

  • Two idiotic policemen recorded dancing either in club or beside patrol car
  • In video, uploaded to YouTube, they wave guns in air before firing shots
  • Keep identities hidden with balaclavas, but perform sick stunt in uniforms
  • Local commissioner now leading investigation into ‘outrageous behaviour’ 

Two policemen are facing the sack after shooting their guns in the air as they danced in uniform with balaclavas protecting their identities.

The alarming footage of the incident was posted on YouTube, where it was met with widespread indignation after being shared on social media.

Police in the province of Chubut in southern Argentina are now investigating and trying to identify the culprits – two heavy-set men.

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Two policemen are facing the sack after shooting their guns in the air as they danced in uniform with balaclavas protecting their identities.

The video shows the pair in what appears to be a nightclub, but others have suggested the two men may be outside dancing to the revolving blue light of their emergency response vehicle.

Both are dressed in their police uniforms, and throughout the recording wave their pistols in the air before firing several shots carefree into the sky.

Their identities are protected, however, by thick black balaclavas which cover both of their faces.

Commissioner Ruben Cifuentes, director of Chubut Police, blasted the ‘outrageous’ actions of the two as yet unidentified policemen.

He said: ‘Nothing can justify the action of these two officers.

‘I have already ordered an administrative intervention so we can analyse this video and investigate who these people are. This behaviour is outrageous.

‘When one of them turns around, the Chubut Police logo can be seen on his uniform.

At the beginning of the video, the pair can be seen dancing with their arms out and weapons in their hands

At the beginning of the video, the pair can be seen dancing with their arms out and weapons in their hands

The man on the right if first to fire his pistol, pointing it towards the ground before raising it upwards and pulling the trigger

The man on the right if first to fire his pistol, pointing it towards the ground before raising it upwards and pulling the trigger

The second dancing officer also discharges his firearm, sending another bullet flying into the unknown

The second dancing officer also discharges his firearm, sending another bullet flying into the unknown

‘While many officers risk or lose their lives to defend communities, we’ve got these two characters who only generate lack of trust and jeopardise our institutional image.’

Many outraged people commented under the video on YouTube.

Axell Rodri said: ‘That is typical for Argentina, it happens all the time.’

James Thompson added: ‘It amuses and frightens me at the same time,’ before Gaston Bustamante commented: ‘This is what policemen do in their spare time.’

(ANA)

Argentine police officers dance in balaclavas and fire guns

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