Motorist confronts Kiwi cop in unmarked police car, the officer obliges

A video uploaded to social media purported to show a motorist confronting a Kiwi cop for cutting him off  has been viewed more than 311,000 times as of today January 25.

The motorist who identified himself on Facebook as G Man Mann said of the video: “This police officer pulled out in front of me at an intersection”.

The police officer was completely cooperative and gave his  name and badge number to the motorist when he was requested.

G Man Mann advised his friends on Facebook to stand up for their rights and hold police officers accountable.

“We are all equal in the eyes of the law,” he said.

“You would’ve given me a ticket if I did that,” G Man Mann is heard saying.

However Auckland Police have praised the calm response of the officer and applauded the manner in which he conducted himself

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