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In a disturbing video that recently surfaced on social media, a South African Police Services officer is captured displaying offensive behaviour by directing an obscene gesture towards a Chinese woman during an altercation.

The undated video captures the police officer’s offensive gestures, leading to an escalation where he detains Chinese individuals, including a woman and a man, in a police van.

The video begins with the policeman boldly extending his middle finger towards the person recording the incident.

His awareness of the camera’s presence suggests a deliberate act of provocation.

He asserts, “You think I am scared,” displaying aggression rather than the expected composure associated with law enforcement officers.

As he menacingly approaches the person recording, he audaciously questions, “If you look at me, does it look like I am a scared person?” further exacerbating the already tense situation.

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The situation takes an even more distressing turn when the officer forcefully knocks the phone from the woman’s hand, causing it to crash to the ground.

The subsequent segment of the video reveals the officer and another female colleague detaining the Chinese woman and another man.

The specific location of the incident, the jurisdiction, and the circumstances leading to the altercation remain unknown at this stage. This article will be updated as more information becomes available.