The police officer who got spat by a Chinese national caught for trying to escape law enforcers and possessing shabu made a statement regarding the said incident.
In an interview, Police Staff Sergeant Alan Escramosa said that the Chinese who’s still not being named did not only disrespected him, but also the whole organization of the Philippine National Police (PNP).
“Kawalan po siya ng respeto. Andito po tayo sa bansa natin – nasa Pilipinas po tayo, naka-uniporme po ako sa oras na ‘yun. Gawan niya ‘ko ng eksena ng pandudura, parang hindi naman po ako ‘yung dinuraan niya, ‘yung buong Philippine National Police,” Escramosa said.
The Manila Traffic and Parking Bureau (MTPB) on Thursday said that they first saw the suspect driving his vehicle around Binondo and they tried to stop him there for not following the number coding of the city, however, the Chinese national started to flee the authorities.
The suspect even crashed to several vehicles he approached while escaping the simple violation he committed, and they found out why he’s desperately trying to flee the law enforcers.
When they cornered the Chinese national along Tayuman and Abad Santos, they discovered a sachet of shabu.
Authorities are also having a hard time communicating with him because he’s not speaking English.
The suspect is expected to face multiple charges.
The incident has gone viral on the internet and coincidentally, many Chinese nationals are also being criticized for the 2019 novel coronavirus.