A guy police officer recently caused a stir on social media. This after posting a picture of himself holding a piece of paper with a special message to the people. With that being said those who are active on social media would know about the trends. Basically there's one where a individuals hold a piece of paper and write their thoughts or opinions. This has been quite interesting as it made it easier for people to express themselves without saying a word. The guy who is a police officer highlighted how people shouldn't say they came to "satisfy" documents but rather certify. However couldn't leave this one lying. They went after him and expressed how the wording doesn't change anything. This is because at the end if the day they do receive the required assistance irregardless of the mistake. See more of people's reactions down below;
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