MAS MANIA: Cop gets carnival wine in car trunk

April 23, 2017
Ricardo Makyn Multimedia Photo Editor Revellers moving to the Xaymaca beat.
These ladies wining with a police officer in the trunk of the service vehicle along Lady Musgrave Road in St Andrew, during the road march on Sunday.
Jermaine Barnaby This policeman evades a reveller who tried to wine on him during the Jamaica Carnival road march on Hope Road in Kingston.

A cop extended his service to two Xaymaca revellers who showed off their wining skills along Lady Musgrave Road in Kingston. 

While seated in the trunk of a police service vehicle, two revellers backed-up on the cop and forced him to tek wine.

Head of the Jamaica Constabulary Force's (JCF) Corporate Communications Unit, Superintendent Stephanie Lindsay, last week told THE STAR that officers are not at these events to engage in the festivities.

"Our officers have been briefed to exercise sound judgement. They have been warned not to engage in any activities that will mar the JCF and the event on a whole," she said.

"Law enforcers have been taught to assess each situation as it arises. Ask patrons not to dance on you because you are working. Do it in a manner that is respectful and understand that this type of behaviour at carnival should be expected."

During the Jamaica Carnival road march, at least one policeman was seen trying to evade the dancer who seemingly greased her waist line and took aim at him.