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C’est dur-dur d’etre un flic au Vietnam

Il n’y a plus de respect, meme chez les cocos avec 30 flics au M2. On peut faire semblant dans les feuilles de choux pour tay, mais avec internet et leur fichu Google translate… Tout n’est plus comme avant.

S’il ne se font pas écraser, ridiculer, ou insulter, voila donc qu’ ils se font frapper en public lors d’ un simple banal control routier a des gosses qui en plus de ne pas porter le casque, grillent les feux.

Le Vietnam c’ est définitivement plus ce que c’était. Bon a mon avis le gosse a du se prendre la branlée de sa vie au poste.

Source: Cảnh sát giao thông bị đánh trên phố

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    Tout va bien, la police tape sur la police – “An unidentified traffic violator who was filmed attacking a traffic police officer on a Ho Chi Minh City street, last week, has been identified as Lieutenant Tran Dai Phuc of the HCMC Emergency Police Regiment”:

    http://www.thanhniennews.com/2010/Pages/20110801163105.aspx

  • Arf, Arf, Arf!
    Non franchement la je me marre.

    Sergeant-Major Van Thanh Luan, of the Hang Xanh Traffic Police Team had reportedly spotted Lt. Phuc, 30, drive past his post without a helmet, on a number of occasions.

    Luan signaled Phuc to stop, and later asked him to produce identification but Phuc ignored the request.

    Phuc then slapped Luan in the face, and picked up a metal rod. The fight between the two lasted for around 10 minutes before Phuc left the scene.

    Several hours later, Phuc arrived at the station of the Hang Xanh Traffic Police Team, and asked to meet with the team leaders to report the assault.

    Lt. Phuc allegedly dropped a knife while pulling his mobile phone out of his pocket, prompting officers at the station to rush in and apprehend him.