- A netizen shared a bad experience they had at the QC Police Station 12
- They were there to ask about an accident concerning their friend but the policemen were so engrossed at watching TV they felt disturbed when their attention was called
- When asked if they're allowed to watch TV during work hours, he allegedly said, "Oo libangan namin 'to!"
A netizen took to Facebook to share the bad experience they had at the Police Station 12 of Quezon City.
KAMI learned that the netizen when to Eastwood QC Station 12, Bagumbayan to ask for a report as to what happened to their friend who met an accident at C5 Libis.
According to the post of Mykey dela Vega, when they entered the said station, they saw 3 policemen watching TV.
As his friend was in the line of sight of one policeman, the latter allegedly stated, "tabe-tabe."
Having felt that she was rudely treated, his friend, who happened to be a girl, simply walked out.
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He tried to talk to the policeman but since the TV was blaring, he kept on repeating his questions, which apparently irked the policeman and he allegedly answered loudly, "Kung saan iyan iniwan, dian lang yan."
At this juncture, he started to request that the TV's volume be lowered, but it was not heeded.
He then proceeded to ask whether watching TV during working hours was allowed.
The policeman arrogantly answered, "Oo! Libangan namin to! Hindi yan ilalagay diyan kung bawal!"
Although he was not able to record that in the video, the netizen was clearly irked considering that they're people asking policemen an important matter about an accident.
The policeman in the middle became nicer and started to entertain him. Here's the full post of the netizen:
"Pa isa lang po.. Isa lang pero malala!!
This happened on March 31, 2019 at 7:30pm. Location: Eastwood QC station 12, Bagumbayan. Pumunta kami sa station nila para humingi ng report kung ano nangyari sa kaibigan namin na nadisgrasya sa motor along C5 Libis. Pag pasok namin ng kaibigan kong babae ko ng station, yung 3 police sa video nanonood ng tv. Naka harang kami sa line of sight ng police na nasa harap sa video kaya sinignal niya yung kamay niya na umurong kami. Since malakas ang tv hindi narinig ng kasama ko kaya sinabi ni police "tabe-tabe". Nabastusan ksma ko kaya lumabas na lang siya. Kinausap ko na lang yung nakaupo sa gitna at tinanong kung may report kung ano nangyari and kung pano mangyayare sa motor. Pero since malakas ang tv, hindi kami magkaintindihan. At dahil paulit ulit ako sa tanong ko, malakas na sumagot yung police sa harap ng "kung saan yan iniwan, dian lang yan!" Doon na ako nag start irequest sa kanila ng hinaan yung tv para magkaintindihan kami. Pero imbis na hinaan, dun na kami nagka sagutan. Hindi to ksma sa video. Pero tinanong ko siya if pwede ba manood ng tv sa oras ng trabaho. At malakas niyang sinagot "Oo! Libangan namin to! Hindi yan ilalagay dian kung bawal!" Bumait yung isang police na nakaupo sa gitna at binigay mga details na kailngan ko. Kayo na bhala kung ano masasabi niyo. Nakakainis isipin na kung sino pa yung mga taong lalapitan mo sa oras ng kailngan, sila pa yung mismong aaway sayo dahil nadistorbo mo sila. Note: paulit ulit pa yang police sinasabi sakin na "kilalanin mo kausap mo" im sure may cctv dun sa station nila. Yun ang pinaka pruweba ko kung ano ang tamang mga nangyari, if ever man baliktarin nila ang kwento. Pasensya na kayo kung mali mali salita ko sa video. Sa sobrang gigil ko kung ano ano na sinasabi ko.
Tao ang nangangailangan sa inyo hindi hayop..
Kayo na po bahala sa mga ka pulisan natin na katulad nila.."
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