Video of how Police Officer sɛxually harassed a female in a car

Filed photo of Ghana Police Service Uniform. The photo is used for inllustration only
Filed photo of Ghana Police Service Uniform. The photo is used for inllustration only

The trending video of how a Police officer stationed at the Regional Operations Unit of the Bono Regional Police Command reportedly sɛɛxually harassing a female victim in a car has surfaced on social media.

In the viral video, the Police Officer known as Lance Corporal Victor Antwi Yeboah was seen touching the thighs of the lady in a forceful and rɔmance manner while the lady was shouting he was touching her.

The triggering exchange, shows abuse of power by Ghana Police Services Officer since it contravenes the Police Service code of conduct and dignity of the victim.

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The drama that transpired between the lad and the police officer in car, as seen in the video reads;

“Lady: What are you doing? Police: I will slɛp you eh, Lady: What are you doing? Lady: You’re touching me, Police: And you’re nakɛɛd, Lady: You’re touching me, Police: You’re nakɛɛd and I will touch you”

READ MORE: Police Officer arrested for allegedly sɛxually harassing a female in a car

Few hours after the video surfaced on social media, the Police Administration has issued a statement on the subject matter.

According to the Police, the Police officer N0. 51530 General, identified as Lance Corporal Victor Antwi Yeboah, was apprehended for violating the dignity of the victim and is currently assisting the investigations.

Police said they have seen a video in which a person in a Police uniform was captured allegedly sɛɛxually harassing a female in a car.

On reviewing the video, Police immediately launched an investigation into the incident and have identified him as the male person involved in that shameful and despicable act.

”The Inspector-General of Police (IGP) Dr. George Akuffo Dampare has reached out and spoken to the victim and assured her of thorough police investigations and any other necessary Police support, including psychological care and trauma therapy “, the statement read.

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”The Police Administration further assures the victim and the public that full investigations will be conducted into the matter and the public will be updated in due course”. The statement added.

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SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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