WATCH:Cape Town women resist to be arrested,tells officers to stay one meter away
A video has gone viral of a woman wearing a backpack being arrested – in what appears to be Bloubergstrand in Cape Town – by three police officers.
For the woman in question, it was a life-threatening situation, judging by the explicit language she used, with her major concern seemingly being the 1.5- to 2-meter physical distancing gap recommended by the government to combat the spread of the coronavirus not being adhered to.
There is no indication of how she might have broken the law.
She can be heard repeatedly shouting, “you are not allowed to touch me”, as the officers, who are wearing protective wear attempt to force her into a police van.
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A social media user posted: “She’s resisting arrest, why are these guys so nice to her?
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