CCTV records the moment when police officers fall to the ground when a colleague from the bank stands up
The long arm of the FLOOR! Police officers fall to the floor when a coworker gets up from the couch in a hilarious slapstick moment caught under camera surveillance
- Three police officers sat on a bench in Cornwall and took a break
- CCTV showed an officer standing up, causing the bank to fall to the ground
- The other two officers fall backwards and the permanent officer raises his fist
CCTV captured the moment when two Cornish police officers fell to the ground when their colleague got up from the bench on which they were sitting, causing it to become unbalanced.
North Devon police sergeant Steve BJ posted the hilarious clip to Twitter on May 14.
The images show three police officers on a bench together.
CCTV footage shared on Twitter shows three police officers sitting on a bench in Cornwall enjoying a break
One of the officers stands up but clearly anchors the bank.
The two seated officers then tumble backwards as the bench falls over and they spill on the floor.
The standing officer is almost seen in honor of the celebration with his fist in the air.
A fourth man, dressed in an orange, highly visible jacket, walks into the shot to see what happened.
One of the trio gets up from the bank, causing the bank to become unbalanced and the other two officers to fall to the ground. The standing officer puts his fist in the air
In addition to the video, Sergeant Steve BJ said, “Unfortunately, this is how the other sections work !! Wouldn’t our team happen to the mighty section” F “.”
One person responded to the footage and said, “How much of a cake fine will be given to the gentleman who got up and caused the overthrow.”
Another quipped, “Oh no! I hope they were both okay. Um, has the person who got up first stopped laughing? ‘
A third said, “Lmao … hahahahaha .. Omg … Thanks agents for making my week. Comedy gold. ‘
The CCTV footage was shared on Twitter by North Devon police inspector Steve BJ, and a person joked that a fine should be imposed on the officer who stood up