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VIDEO: Most dedicated traffic cop ever

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We all know traffic officers can be a bit sadistic issuing tickets sometimes, but rarely at the risk of their own lives.

This guy in Hanoi, Vietnam took his job extremely seriously on Monday when he held onto the windscreen wiper of a moving bus for more than a mile in order to prosecute a bus driver for driving on the wrong side of the road.

The driver eventually pulled over and was arrested and was actually once convicted of running someone down. He now faces a multitude of new charges.

A quick-thinking witness filmed the dramatic event and uploaded it to YouTube, where it is slowly becoming a viral hit.

Despite risking his own life, he was following correct procedure for this kind of incident. All in a day’s work, really.

(Image: YouTube)

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