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Two policemen went to work drunk at the police station, and their colleagues threw them away – 12/27/2008



Two policemen went to work in a drunken state at the police station, and their own colleagues sketched them when they were shooting, when they were thrown out of the office, and distributed in social networks.

It all happened on December 24 in the 5th north-western part of La Matanza, located in the Central Market.

According to official sources, two local police agents, La Matanza, arrived at the scene to perform their service.

We are talking about Captain Enrique Maldonado and Inspector Officer Emanuele Barroso, who they arrived in civilian clothes and with ethyl breath,

They challenged two police officers from Northwest Police Station 5 in La Matanza for reporting drunk jobs.

They challenged two police officers from Northwest Police Station 5 in La Matanza for reporting drunk jobs.

There was a discussion with his colleagues, who reproached them for going into a drunk job, so a struggle arose.

"The alcoholics began to argue with others, demanding that they drive the establishment's truck, because they had to go and for that They used a series of curses and slanderous"said representatives consulted horn,

Then the colleagues fought against them until the arrival of the shift supervisor, who then suggested not to remove or spread the scandalous sequence.

After the episode, administrative actions were presented, corresponding to the Main Internal Audit of the Ministry of Security of Buenos Aires, and the resignation of two police officers was organized.

"My partner does not touch her."warns the officer at one point to one of his drunken colleagues after he put the handcuffs on his mobile phone so that he would not continue recording.

Then you hear another officer say what’s stopping them from working as alcoholics: “This is rude, this drunk guy comes to work".


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