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SA policeman says he normally catches criminals but he has fell for a girl now

Source: MSN

South Africans laughed out loud and were speechless after a local shared a photo of a police officer using his work truck for a romantic picnic. In the blink of an eye you can see the cop and his girlfriend relaxing by the van with a cooler and all. 

Many of us have been told multiple times that South African police officers face a shortage of police vehicles, resulting in a problematic late response when called in an emergency. 

A police officer has questioned many South Africans about the real shortage of police vehicles after they saw him relaxing next to his police car while he enjoyed a nice and relaxed picnic with his partner. The policeman was not wearing a police uniform. 

The photo was shared on Facebook user with name of “Buhlebenkosi Morris” who amusingly titled the post: “Normally I catch criminals but now I feel something for you girl” 

Many locals were speechless for the policeman and their picnic while others just laughed at it. Many did not seem to have a problem with the police officer using their company car privately. 

Craig Losper said: "Dis rof hie buite (it's hard out here).  Webster Jay said: "He couldn't tie up criminals so he tied them up. "Ofentse Mothusi said: " This shit is only worth in Passing South Africa "A drunken cop makes headlines 

Earlier this year we reported on a traffic officer in Lydenburg, Mpumalanga went viral for the wrong reasons. recordings of his drunken upset at a local shopping mall for users of Disgruntled social networks across the country Now demanding the suspension of the police officer for "breach of his civic duty."

Yes surprise mini South Africans because this type of government officials are not those types you’d ever think they would be doing picnics and all this type of fancy to staff.

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Buhlebenkosi Craig Losper MSN SA South African

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