Wednesday, 4 May 2016

Cameroonian man praises an Oklahoma City police for putting gas in his car (photos)

A Cameroonian man by name Ebai Bisong, narrated how he ran out of gas on the highway and was help my a police in Oklahoma City last week.  
"Hello. My name is Bisong, originally from Cameroon. I was driving from Norman to Oklahoma City last week, trying to get away from the possible tornado. I ran out of gas and was stuck on the highway. I didn't know what to do. This officer showed up (believe he is a sergeant) and helped me out. I rode in his cruiser and got gas, which he himself put in my car while I watched him. Please, I want you guys to celebrate him. I don't know his name but here are the pics I took.Great job Sgt. Burris!", wrote Oklahoma City Police Department. 
This kind gesture my an Oklahoma City police comes at a time when Police are being accused of unlawfully killing black people in the USA. They aren't all bad! Hope the Cameroonian police can mirror this! See another photo below



5 comments:

  1. This is real,he deserves some salutations for a job well done even beyond his job description.

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  2. Umm it's called roadside assistance, if you carry US STATE ID card, you have a phone number on the back of your card in the case you have a flat or run out of gas. It's the duty of the road side assistant (in some cases an officer of peace) to provide you with atleast a gallon of gas to get the hell out the freeway. Or to the nearest gas station. It is duty not a gift. But thanks to the four officer for doing his job and allowing pictures taken.

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