Eish! 10.1.2017 09:11 am

WATCH: SA cop uses siren to buy his KFC

It must have been a takeaway emergency situation.

This video clip uploaded over the weekend allegedly shows a police vehicle being used to assist an officer to buy some KFC.

According to the uploader, this happened on Christmas Eve in the Free State town Parys.

“I visited Parys in the Free State on the 24 th of December 2016. While we sat at the Spur I heard a police vehicle with sirens on. I saw a vehicle driving past the Spur at normal speed with the siren and flicking lights on. I indicated to turn right and waited for vehicles to pass from the front.

“After a while several vehicles passed the Toyota Police vehicle and the driver then turned right into a side street, still with the sirens and flicking lights. We followed the sound and after a short while the vehicle came down into the shopping centre right in front of Spur and turned into a parking space in front of KFC and parked.

“The passenger, seems to be a W/O, got out the vehicle and walked into the KFC and stood in the row to buy some food. After approx 20 to 30 minutes he came out and the driver started the vehicle and left the parking lot again with siren and flicking lights on, obviously to irritate us and to show they can do what they like.”

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