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Apr 21, 2019 18:36:52

Videos about how cops catch criminals

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I became addicted to videos about cops. Today my boyfriend share a video with me. In this video, a cop and his partners catch criminals. So, that's super epic and interesting. These videos make you addicted. I couldn't stop watching them to write these words! 

One woman called the police because she locked her baby in a car. The police came and checked the car with flashlights. There wasn't the child. Then they checked her because she smells like she drank alcohol and lied about the child. Cops found a car key in her shoes and opened the door. They checked documents in this car. The car was documented on another person who looks like the woman. After that, cops tested her on alcohol. She needed to repeat physical actions, count her steps, fingers and etc. She failed tests.

They took her in the police car and continued to check her car. They found drugs. Oops. The woman was very angry, she denied blame. Then they suggested her to be friends. She agreed and told about her real children, her life, that she used this drug... That's the end.

You can check this video here, but be careful, it's very interesting.

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    @monolesan You should probably stop watching these videos, they are most likely the beginning of an addiction to "action like this." It might not take long and you're stopping on the mid of a highway and watch EMT, Police, and Firefighters while they are working on a terrible accident.
    We had a case near my hometown where something like that happened. A random guy stopped on the third lane of the highway to film an accident on the other side of the road. Long story short, there were now to accidents in progress.
    (Paramedic speaking here :))

    Philipp Haidenbauer avatar Philipp Haidenbauer | Apr 21, 2019 23:23:43
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      @phaidenbauer Hello, my paramedic. :D You shouldn't worry, it was just interesting videos with a plot. (I forgot to say that this cop has a YouTube channel and shoot videos.) The duration of the addiction was less than 24 hours. Today, it's boring to watch these videos.
      I think that this guy had an addiction to his phone, taking photos and social networks. Because the accessibility of technologies and a fear of missing the moment allow him to shoot everything that he wants and can every second. So, did he stay alive?

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      @monolesan Alright. Yes, he did stay alive, as a car crashed on his, nothing really happened to him but the family which crashed into him had some serious injuries.

      Philipp Haidenbauer avatar Philipp Haidenbauer | Apr 22, 2019 14:51:07
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