Video that shows residents running inside their homes at the sight of a police car goes viral

Video that shows residents running inside their homes at the sight of a police car goes viral

- A video that showed how residents were running, scrambling to get inside their home when they saw a police car has gone viral

- Adults and children alike did not think twice, but just dropped everything to escape the police

- One child's bicycle was left lying on the road and the police car had to make sure that it did not hit the bicycle

- Many netizens gave funny comments regarding the now-viral video

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A video uploaded on Facebook by a Lota Manalo Vertucio showed the instinctive response of people on the street whenever they see a police car.

Adults and children alike scrambled to get inside their homes.

One child even left his bicycle on the street out of fear of being caught by the police that they're on the streets.

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The video went viral due to the hilarity of the situation.

It would seem that people nowadays, instead of approaching policemen and be happy that they're there, they would scramble and hide out of fear.

Many netizens made funny comments about the video saying that it's only the police who can really make hearts jump.

"Walang sinabi si kupido Kayo po talga ang mabilis magpatibok ng puso namin #pulis”"

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Video that shows residents running inside their homes at the sight of a police car goes viral
Photo: Screengrab from Lota Manalo Virtucio
Source: Facebook

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