Lady Apologises To Police After Assaulting Officer Who Stopped Her For Driving Against Traffic


A Nigerian lady has been left off the hook by the police after she apologized for assaulting a police officer.

The spokesperson of the Lagos state police command, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, reacted to a video of the lady identified as Aderele Aisha, charging at an officer and assaulting him after she was stopped by the officer for driving against traffic.

In the viral video, the lady began to charge at the officer after he attempted to grab her phone.

Many social media users commended her for charging at the officer and also refusing to allow him to have a hold of her phone.

Reacting to the video, Hundeyin in a post shared on his X handle today May 10 berated the officer for his conduct. He said despite the officer exercising refrains, he allowed his emotions to get the better part of him and has been taken in for appropriate action.

He added that Aisha has profusely apologized and tendered a written apology for her actions towards the officer.

‘’As much as the police officer exercised restraint, he allowed his emotions to get the better part of him once or twice. A police officer is expected to exercise utmost restraint in the face of provocation. This definitely is a teaching moment for officers and men of the Force. The officer has been taken in for appropriate actions.

That being said, Aderele Aisha, who drove against traffic, clearly assaulted the officer and behaved in a disorderly and unruly manner. She has since profusely apologized for her actions and tendered a written apology.

While we continue to train our men to be as professional as possible, while not sparing any officer who clearly acts unprofessionally, we urge the citizenry to strive to maintain decorum in their dealings with security agencies.”

Watch the video of the lady charging at the officer

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