Six-year outdated driving Mercedes, runs into bother with cops

A six-year-old boy has been filmed behind the wheel of a Mercedes SUV and speeds off down the highway with none grownup supervision in a stunning video that was launched on the web as a result of absurdity of the crime.  

The video originated within the metropolis of Almaty, south-eastern Kazakhstan, and was shared on social media by the boy’s dad and mom who have been later fined for his or her reckless behaviour.

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Footage reveals the teenager casually step into the motive force’s seat of the black Mercedes-Benz G-Class.

He can then be seen turning to the digicam with the window open as he speeds off down the highway on his personal.

In one other occasion, a person is heard giving the boy directions as he drives alongside a tree-lined road.

In line with native media, the dad and mom have been fined £265 (130,00zero KZT) by the authorities after the video was posted on-line.

Police have mentioned that even when it have been to be believed that the boy was driving in a protected zone, the potential danger to the kid’s wellbeing couldn’t be discounted.

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‘His father ought to have been conscious of that,’ mentioned the police.

Native police additionally confirmed that the boy’s father has admitted his mistake and had vowed to not do something related sooner or later.

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Pretend cops looting commuters arrested in Karachi   

KARACHI: Police on Saturday arrested two accused for his or her involvement in looting commuters whereas impersonating as policemen in North Nazimabad space of town, ARY NEWS reported.

In line with the spokesman of district central police, the cops hailing from the North Nazimabad police station busted a gaggle concerned in looting vacationers within the metropolis whereas posing themselves as cops. The police arrested two members of the gang.

The authorities recovered 4 cell phones, two laptops, a automobile and a few money quantity from their possession.

Throughout preliminary investigations, the accused have confessed for his or her involvement in varied felony actions. “We now have registered instances in opposition to them and additional probe is underway to uncover their different felony actions,” he mentioned.

In November 2019, police introduced to bust two gangs concerned in looting residents in Karachi throughout a number of avenue crime incidents.

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Deputy Inspector Common (DIG) South Sharjeel Kharal together with different officers introduced the arrests throughout a presser at his workplace on Monday.

Divulging the main points, he mentioned that one of many teams comprised of three accused and was concerned in looting residents as quickly as they withdraw money from banks.

Informing relating to their modus operandi, the DIG mentioned that one of many accused stays within the financial institution to establish their goal whereas the others observe him, depriving of the property at a location of their selection.

They’ve admitted 17 snatching incidents throughout the previous one and a half yr, he mentioned. “Not too long ago, an individual named Kamran was disadvantaged of round Rs 20 million from the gang.”

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Workers of gutka mafia attack cops in New Karachi Industrial Area

KARACHI: Employees of gutka mafia on Sunday allegedly attacked police officers in New Karachi Industrial Space, ARY Information reported.

The livid mob besieged Superintendent Police Abdul Sattar Bhutto and his squad. They pelted police with stones and opened aerial firing, mentioned sources. Sources mentioned upon assault by the mob, the police squad fled away from the scene.

SSP Central Arif Aslam mentioned police had gone for raid on the gutka manufacturing godown. They confronted enraged ladies at Godhra Colony, he mentioned.

Arif Aslam mentioned police had recovered gutka and different stuff throughout the raid.

He mentioned a case can be filed towards those that resisted. He mentioned no police official obtained injured; nonetheless no arrest was made as nicely.

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On Mar 27, the Sindh Excessive Courtroom (SHC) had sought a reply from the Sindh authorities and inspector common of police on alleged apply of returning again confiscated Gutka, Mainpuri and Mawa by police.

Throughout a listening to of petition towards sale and making of Gutka, Mainpuri and Mawa, the SHC had given the provincial authorities till April 30 to reply on this regard.

The petitioner had blamed that police officers offered or returned the seized contraband gadgets.

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Viral video shows ‘cop’ dancing with stage actor

A stage actor, earlier mistaken as a cop, has come ahead to clarify that he has nothing to do with Punjab police.

In line with the small print, Shahzad had donned the police uniform to bop along with his fellow actor on a Bollywood hit. The video had gone viral over the web and led to stories claiming that the policeman has been “suspended”.

“I’m not a police officer, and we had been simply rehearsing,” the stage artist advised a personal media outlet.

PAKPATTAN COP SUSPENDED:

In the meantime, a cop was truly suspended for posting a video through which he may be seen depicting a Bollywood villain whereas delivering a dialogue from a film.

“Do waqt ki roti kamata hoon, panch waqt ki namaaz padhta hoon … isse zyada meri zaroorat nahi, aur mujhe khareedne ki teri aukaadt nahi,” Inspector Arshad was seen saying in a video whereas dubbing on Anil Kapoor’s dialogue from 2013 movie Shootout at Wadala.

An inquiry has been launched in opposition to the Kalyana Station Home Officer (SHO) after Pakpattan District Police Officer (DPO) Maria Mehmood took discover of the video.

Chatting with a personal information channel, Arshad mentioned he was unaware of the truth that his video was uploaded on the social media. “The video was shared on social media by my nephew,” the suspended officer mentioned in his clarification.

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