French cops shot doing Macarena at post-curfew ‘leaving beverages’

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    French law enforcement officer were shot doing the Macarena at a late night celebration after curfew (Picture: @Loopsidernews)

    A post-curfew celebration inside a police headquarters where officers were shot doing the Macarena has actually stimulated fury in France.

    An examination has actually been introduced after video footage of the late night celebration at the station in a Paris residential area emerged.

    A clip of the ‘leaving drinks’ has actually been flowing on social networks with officers seen dancing and joking together, in spite of the nation’s stringent covid constraints.

    France presently has a 6pm curfew in location throughout the entire nation which efficiently prohibits all events after this time.

    The officers in the clip, which was shot in Aubervilliers in Seine-Saint-Denis, are not using face coverings or following social distancing.

    Further images from the celebration, revealed by Loopsider News, reveal tables filled with beverages and individuals crowding together to present for selfies.

    Reports stated the celebration went on up until 3am on January 22 and was kept in honour of an officer who was leaving the station, referred to as a ‘pot de départ’ in French.

    Under the existing guidelines, individuals are enabled to be at work after the curfew however need unique consent and need to bring a signed kind to reveal to cops in case they are stopped.

    The event has actually stimulated fury in France, where cops have actually been hectic fining thousands individuals captured disobeying the curfew.

    The local cops authority, the Paris cops préfecture, stated in a tweet: ‘An administrative investigation is being carried out and administrative sanctions will be taken against the participants.’

    Loopsider called the station in concern to ask if leaving beverages were appropriate under the existing guidelines and were informed ‘it is forbidden.’

    Several individuals on social networks have actually criticised the ‘double standards’ of the officers who are suggested to be implementing the guidelines.

    One individual stated they had ‘lost all credibility’ after setting a ‘terrible example.’

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