“Nuh try dis sh*t wid mi..." Warmington rebukes cops during curfew clampdown
Major General Antony Anderson, the Police Commissioner has requested a full report into an incident involving member of parliament for St Catherine South Western Everald Warmington and cops from the St Catherine South Police Division.
A video of the encounter has been making the rounds on social media.
In the video, Warmington was irate about the police presence saying he was exempted, seemingly from the curfew restrictions.
The date of the incident could not be immediately ascertained.
It appears that he was speaking with National Security Minister Dr Horace Chang on the phone to complain about the actions of the police.
Warmington seemingly rebuked a senior cop for instructing one of his juniors to video record him after declaring that he would be calling Chang and the Police Commissioner.
“Him come and draw gun!” Warmington said. “Minister, mi nah put up wid dis no more dung yah!” the MP exclaimed.
However, the senior cop rejected Warmington's claim, saying he did not pull his gun.
“Nuh try dis sh*t wid mi, Supt,” Warmington retorted. "Di man pull him clip a draw f#(%ing gun here... Dis bwoy can't come tell mi what I'm exempt from.”
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