WATCH: Are The Police In The Wrong Regarding The Way They Handled This Protesting UCT Student? 

November 2, 2017

Video footage has emerged showing a police officer dragging a naked woman who apparently is a UCT student who was protesting.

There is now an uproar on social media asking why police handled the protester in such a way.

Personally… what else are the police meant to do. Here you have a student that is naked in public and protesting. Isn’t this public indecency?

Watch the video below:

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3 Comments

  1. Arn Durand 2 November, 2017, 17:04

    Back in the good old days the SAP would have sjamboked her and sent her back to class to get her degree.

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  2. Uncledee Roberts 2 November, 2017, 19:39

    By law – nudity in public is public indecency and so the police were well within the law to arrest her. According to law – if one resists arrest (which quite clearly she was doing by simply going limp and refusing to co-operate) the police are allowed to use reasonable force to remove the criminal (which is exactly what this naked woman is). The police did nothing wrong here and should be lauded for the action they took to enforce the law of the land. If you want to break the law you need to be ready to face the consequences. Those officers need to be rewarded.

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  3. hennie 3 November, 2017, 06:14

    THAT IS WHAT I CALL DOING YOUR DUTY AS A POLICE OFFICER. PROUD OF YOU. THOSE STUDENTS JUST DIDN’T LEARN AND ARE LOOKING FOR EXCUSES NOT TO WRITE EXAMS.

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