- A video of cops in jail, allowing a number of inmates to go out to do their paperwork has gone viral
- The video showed that one of the cops was arguing with the person filming the incident
- The video also showed that an inmate was given keys by the cop and the inmate was the one who opened the cell and just gave the key back to the cop
- Another cop entered the scene and asked, "Bakit preso gumagawa ng files natin"
A video of inmates working on the paperwork of policemen in jail has gone viral. The video showed a cop arguing with the person who was filming the incident.
Another inmate was standing outside a cell, given by a cop a set of keys, then he opened the cell, returned the key to the policeman before entering the cell.
Then, the clincher, was another policeman, presumably an officer, who asked the others why the inmates were the ones doing their paperwork.
The video was uploaded on Facebook by Aramm Bayoumy and has already gotten tons of reactions and shares. Many netizens were asking where the jail was located.
Nevertheless, it showed the right thing that the officer did in setting things straight in jail.
Videos never fail to attract the attention of viewers. There have been so many videos uploaded on social media that have gone viral. In some cases, the videos are that of the regular netizen, and in other instances, there are those that are made by celebrities.
For instance, Aubrey Miles shared a video where she shared an argument between her and Troy. They were expressing their thoughts in a very calm manner and many were amazed at how they handled their argument.
Viral challenges have also become a thing, especially with young people today. Aside from the "Magandang Dilag," one of the challenges that have gone viral on social media is the "Marikit dance challenge." When the leader of Momoland did the challenge months ago, the Internet went crazy. It isn't all the time that an international K-pop group like Momoland would find a Philippine song really nice to follow it.
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