Police will normally impound vehicles if they violated some ordinances, a situation that most civilians would not want to be in. Some would end up paying fines while others would resort to something uncanny. This incident over in Lagos State has to be one of the strangest seen to date.

Captured on video, an angry driver arguing with a policeman at the back of a truck went viral. The two could be seen arguing with the former unhappy with the impounding plans. It could be seen that the driver held a bottle in hand as the two went back and forth on the issue. Shockingly, the driver broke the bottle on the policeman’s head and left the officer in serious pain.

The officer would, later on, be identified as Daudu Ajayi who was being pushed off the truck. The incident drew the ire of the Lagos State Police Comma, vowing to apprehend the traffic offender. Spokesperson Olumuyiwa Adejobi issued an official statement and a report on what happened at that time.

Per the release's statement, the incident happened on Apr. 21 at around 12:30 p.m. It turns out that the incident was a case of a hit-and-run that involved a vehicle with Reg No BDG 756 YA that hit a Camry car with Reg No. KJA 281 GQ. The scene also left a motorcycle rider, identified as Ashiru Saadu, seriously injured.

It turns out that the traffic officer chased the driver of the Dyna vehicle and eventually caught up to him at Pipeline Area Oko-Oba. The suspect driver got out of the vehicle and the rest of the scene could be picked up from the viral video. Saadu suffered serious injuries from the assault and vowed to track down the erring driver.

“The Commissioner of Police has again warned the general public to desist from launching attacks on police personnel and other security agencies in the state as such will be tactically resisted and culprits (attackers) be dealt with in line with the provisions of the law,” according to the official statement released by Lagos police.

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