The ‘fake journalist’ who ran out of fuel closed the road to traffic, had a hard time for the police
In ANKARA, the driver Enes A., who closed the road when his car ran out of fuel, had a hard time for the police by showing his fake journalist identity.
An action was initiated against Enes A., who was detained, for closing the road, resisting the police, showing false identity cards and not wearing a mask.
The incident took place in front of the Land Forces Command in Çankaya district İnönü Boulevard in the evening. Enes A. closed the road to the vehicle passage with the chair he placed after his car with the plate numbered 34 RL 6754 ran out of fuel. Enes A. resisted the police teams who came upon the notice of the people around. Enes A., who showed his identity card on his collar, resisted the police, saying that he was a journalist.
‘I CAN ADVERTISE WITH THIS IDENTITY’
Enes A., who understood that the identity he showed was also fake, claimed that there was the signature and stamp of the police chief on his identity card. I do not introduce myself as the press, I am already the press. He said I can advertise with this ID. It was revealed that Enes A., who was learned to be a stockbroker, also introduced himself as a police reporter. While the car of Enes A., who was taken into custody by handcuffs, was lifted by a tow truck, proceedings were initiated for closing the road, resisting the police, showing false identity cards and not wearing a mask.
On the other hand, it was determined that the suspect had squeezed another driver by throwing scissors about an hour ago and showed his identity by saying that I was a police officer and he fled the scene when the police were called.