A dispute erupted between two Jamaican policemen over driving documents, one of whom was not in uniform. The situation escalated into an argument due to one officer failing to comply with the other policeman.
Although the policeman was demanding to see the documents, his fellow law enforcer refused and accused him of using aggression. Interestingly, it seems as if the resisting officer is a higher-ranking policeman, as he was repeatedly addressed as “Chief” during the video.
Based on the information in the video, the policeman, who was riding a motorcycle, was clearing the roadway for someone in critical condition who was seemingly being taken to the hospital. He rode up to the officer, ordering him to move, and the officer allegedly hit him with the car. This subsequently resulted in them arguing over documents.
“Mi ask yuh fi di vehicle documents, Chief,” the police said, to which the Officer responded, “Police, move from in front a mi.”
The two continued to argue, and the officer emphasised that the car was a Jamaica Constabulary Force service vehicle. However, the policeman persisted by demanding to see his ID, which the officer did not reveal.
“Yuh doh have any manners, move from in front a mi. Yuh rude,” The lawman who was not in uniform said and tried to close the car door, but the policeman did not allow it. Eventually, the officer managed to close his door and drive off despite the policeman’s objections.
Watch the video of the incident below: