The classic reaction of a cop when he finds out he won’t be working at Christmas

விடுமுறை நாட்களில் கூட ஓய்வெடுக்காத வேலைகளில் ஒன்று காவல்துறை, அதனால் கிறிஸ்துமஸில் வேலை செய்ய மாட்டேன் என்று தெரிந்ததும் சீருடை அணிந்தவரின் வேடிக்கையான எதிர்வினை சமூக வலைப்பின்னல்களில் பல முறை பகிரப்பட்டுள்ளது.

According to RCN, a local radio station owned by Colombia’s National Police (PONAL), you can see in the record that an officer is preparing to take part in a confrontation with his colleagues, one of whom is carrying a yellow envelope. .

When it’s his turn, he kneels first, raises his hands, looks at himself, smiles, picks up the envelope, picks up a piece of paper, stretches it out, and begins to dance when he sees the end. When he shows it to his co-workers. Everyone around him is infected by the joy of his friend.

The December holidays are a major challenge for Colombia’s National Police as the number of crimes and accidents increases at night.

Last year, Govt-19 was marked by cohabitation restrictions created by the epidemic, which was a very good one for the authorities, as the homicide rate had dropped by 38% from 25 to 06:00 on December 24th. Compared to 2019.

During that period, only 50 murders were committed, which is why it is considered the lowest number in 17 years. The number on that day is usually very high, for example, in 2017 90 people lost their lives at the hands of another person.

Still, last Christmas Eve police had a lot of work to do as they witnessed 1,480 sharp-armed attacks, 2002 fighting and 95 attacks on officers. In the first hours of December 25, PONAL reported that one call per second reached the emergency line and by the end of the day they had gone to 46,110 cases.

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Another good blow to the agency was the seizure of 920 bottles of blended alcohol, valued at nearly four million Colombian pesos, worth about $ 1,018.

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