Video of a mobile policeman attached to a branch of United Bank of Africa (UBA) has emerged.
The video sows the police operative beating a customer in the banking hall for reportedly complaining about the challenges he had to go through while using the bank facilities.
According to a report on Instablog, the aggrieved customer was seen raising his voice in the banking hall at the bank’s branch at Charity bus stop, Abule-Egba, Lagos.
It was learned that the bank’s management called in the overzealous policeman to get rid of the customer but the officer reportedly dashed the customer numerous slaps.
According to the report, the policeman also brought out a knife to stab the aggrieved customer.
Seeing that the situation was getting out of hand, a manager in the bank attempted to pacify the victim by trying to take him into his office, but the customer walked out on him.
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UBA policeman beats up, attempts to stab aggrieved customer inside banking hall . . A customer got a slap from a mobile police officer attached to a UBA branch at Charity bus stop, Abule egba, Lagos, today, for daring to complain about the difficulties he was experiencing with withdrawing his money. . . According to eyewitnesses, the bank brought in the officer to get rid of the customer for raising his voice in the banking hall, but the overzealous policeman ended up dishing out numerous hot slaps. . . It was gathered that he even went to the extent of bringing out a knife to stab the customer. . . Seeing that the situation was balling out of control, the manager attempted to pacify the victim by trying to take him into his office, but customers were unsatisfied and walked out on him.