A Group of Policemen: Faking Their Jobs!?!

@Shavkat (62423)
Philippines
April 28, 2017 8:27pm CST
When I traveled to Sagada Mountain Province for my vacation, there is a group of policemen in a checkpoint. As the standard practice, they need to get on the bus. I thought they will inspect the passengers or the bags in the bus compartments. You will be surprised what they did. As they enter the bus, each one of them took photos pretending to check the bus, the passengers, bags and the like. It was really a mind-blowing act. They are good actors. These photos taken will be sent to the Camp Crame as their proof of job in the field. They are cheating themselves and even the people inside the bus. What’s wrong in the picture? Image Credit: pixabay.com
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@jobelbojel (7099)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
Aw, if ever you obtained their names on their badges I can tell my cousins and my friend who are policemen.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
I will take note of that, my friend. If I have another encounter like this, I will get their names.
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• Philippines
29 Apr 17
@Shavkat yes, and I will tell my cousins. Hahaha.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
30 Apr 17
@jobelbojel But I think you can open up the situation or issue to your cousin.
@ridingbet (52691)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
or maybe they are crooks?
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
They were not crooks, my friend. They are wearing their police uniforms.
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@ridingbet (52691)
• Philippines
30 Apr 17
@Shavkat no, i know their are real policemen,but what i mean with the word crooks, is policemen who are not doing their jobs right and correctly. that is already cheating. selfie or groupie shots as evidence that they are doing their work.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
30 Apr 17
@ridingbet I agree. They are stealing the money of the people. The people is paying them to do their work.
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@dhoyalahoy (1419)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
What happen next. You can report that immediately
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
There is no proof. But I rather aware of their acts. The passengers and I weren't able to take photos of them.
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
@Shavkat Next time, you know what to do. Anyways, policemen today have guts to abuse power.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
@dhoyalahoy I don't mind at first. It seems really odd for them to do such an act. They became abusive lately.
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@manasamanu (3753)
• Bangalore, India
29 Apr 17
I don't see the face only the hand cuffs in the photo. They are so irresponsible with their duty, if a wrong person is traveling then what? They will just let him go. Due to a few like these every police men has a bad remark on them and the public don't care for them, also don't respect.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
I lost the respect to our policemen when they were being controlled by the administration of the president. It turned to be in high profile on social medias or TV.
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• Bangalore, India
29 Apr 17
@Shavkat Oh! that's really bad, the police must be let free to work and away from any political pressure and power interference.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
@manasamanu That would be ideal. But it doesn't happen lately.
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• United States
29 Apr 17
Wow that is something. I am surprise they can get away with this, besides it may be important to truly check the bus one day.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
I think they are becoming the imbecile in the society.
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• United States
29 Apr 17
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
30 Apr 17
@TiarasOceanView I join you with the laughter.
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@Beatburn (3912)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
Really? That's illegal. It's within your rights to deny permission.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
30 Apr 17
I agree. It is not acceptable.
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
Reminds me of that moment were I visit the Mall and the guards don't get their job seriously in terms of checking our belongings and search us when ever we come to the entrance. I bet if something bad happens, they get serious and then not again.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
30 Apr 17
They are really irresponsible personnel in the malls. They don't the responsibility seriously.
@epiffanie (10466)
• Australia
29 Apr 17
Can you not report them? .. I believe that if we want change, we the people need to be a part of that change.. Maybe those policemen, don't like working with Duterte.. They want to remain corrupt .. and blame the President ..
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
If I have the photo of these policemen, I will report them anonymously. It just happened that it is so fast when they did this inside the bus.
@lady1993 (17432)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
that is just insane, people should have took pictures of them too, but then it's be also scary since they are "policemen" police like that make me lose faith
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
I agree. We were surprised at that moment. If I will have this moment, I will take some photos.
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@josie_ (7343)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
It would be different if they were on high alert for possible terrorist activities. Then you will see them armed to the teeth with high caliber weapons and the military would be taking the lead in those checkpoints. But I am not aware that Sagada and the rest of the Mountain province is anything but a peaceful place.
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@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
I am sure military men are far fiercely in dealing with the enemies. The places in Mountain Province are peaceful. However, they are some news that NPA may penetrate the places.
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@sol_cee (15398)
• Saint Vincent And The Grenadines
29 Apr 17
Selfies?
@Shavkat (62423)
• Philippines
29 Apr 17
It sounds like it.