Bizarre moment police monitoring a anti-mandate protest in New Zealand have their patrol car TOWED
Police attending a Covid vaccination mandate protest in ニュージーランド had their patrol car towed from the scene.
In a clip uploaded to チクタク, two female officers can be seen watching on as their work vehicle was taken away.
The video has already amassed over 185,000 views after it was shared online on Wednesday.
Demonstrators in Wellington, New Zealand have been out in force as the Covid vaccination mandate protest reaches a tenth day
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has labelled the protestors in Wellington an ‘imported’ phenomenon
Many demonstrators have made their way to Wellington to voice their opposition to Covid vaccine mandates in New Zealand
Plenty of people were quick to comment on the video, especially over what appears to be a blown out front tyre.
‘It was just broken down, but cool story,’ 1つは書いた, with another joking ‘they (cops) think they can just park anywhere.’
It is believed the two officers were on the beat as protests outside parliament in the NZ capital against a Covid-19 vaccine mandate enter a second week.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has labelled the protestors in Wellington an ‘imported’ phenomenon – and nothing like anything she has seen before.
‘It feels like an imported protest to me,’ Ardern told TVNZ.
‘I’ve seen Trump flags on the forecourt, I’ve seen Canadian flags on the forecourt,’ 彼女は言いました, referring to images of former US President Donald Trump carried by some demonstrators as well as the current protest in Ottawa, カナダ.
The protest across the Tasman entered its tenth day on Thursday, with demonstrators ignoring repeated calls by the police to leave in recent days.
As tensions mount, leading NZ government officials met on Thursday morning to discuss the protest outside Parliament.
The protest has resulted in the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet re-convening the ODESC (職員’ Committee for Domestic and External Security Coordination).
The grouping of government department heads usually only get together during emergencies or a growing crisis.
It often includes those from security and intelligence as well as police.