& # 39; Please do not strike my father, I beg you & # 39 ;: Girl, nine, kneeling on the street to prevent police officers from beating her father while they try to hold him because they & # 39; interrupt their work & # 39;
- Footage shows a crying girl desperately begging different police officers in China
- The child had also used her own body to protect her father from attacks by officers
- Father claimed to be punished after his car was on the & # 39; & # 39; place
- He said the police accused him of interrupting their investigation into an accident
- Authority said it had started an investigation to see if officials were breaking rules
This is the heartbreaking moment that a girl knelt on the street in front of various traffic officers to beg them not to hit her father in China.
The nine-year-old child from the city of Guangzhou also used her own body to protect her father after officers had brutally pushed him to the ground.
The officers allegedly accused the father of interrupting their work and breaking traffic rules.
Footage published by Guangdong Radio and Broadcasting Group shows the girl using her own body to shield her father (left) before the police are begged to stop him from falling (right)
The fight took place in Guangzhou, one of China & # 39; s most international cities and a provincial capital of more than 14 million people.
It happened last Friday in the Conghua district, according to a report from Guangdong Radio and Broadcasting Group.
The father told a reporter that police officers were trying to hold him because he had parked his car in a place that they found as & # 39; uncomfortable & # 39; parked while they were investigating a minor traffic accident.
Footage released by the station shows a crying girl with a white top and red shorts desperately trying to separate two police officers and a man.
The man, dressed in a blue shirt, was tackled by the officers and pressed to the ground, as the pictures show.
& # 39; Dad! Dad! & # 39; The girl can be heard screaming.
& # 39; Please don't hit my dad! I beg you! & # 39; The girl said before she knelt on the floor in front of officers, witness passers-by.
& # 39; Really, please don't! & # 39; She repeated.
The father (photo) told a reporter that the police accused him of interrupting their work and then claimed that he had broken the traffic rules. The altercation happened when officers tried to hold him
The father, known by his last name He, said he drove his daughter home from school that day and saw one of his acquaintances on the street.
The knowledge had been involved in a traffic accident, so he parked his car by the side of the road and went to see if he could offer help.
But police officers soon arrived and accused Mr. He of leaving his vehicle in the wrong place.
Police are said to have said that Mr. He's car interrupted their work and the two sides started arguing.
Mr. He said he was going back to his car, fastening the seat belt and ready to leave, but then the officers demanded that he show them his driver's license and insurance papers.
After showing them both, the officers asked him to release his seat belt for further inspection.
But the father said that once he had removed the belt, the officers had said he had broken the traffic rules because he was not wearing a seat belt.
The officers launched a physical attack after the Lord had sworn to them, the father said.
The incident took place in Guangzhou (photo), one of China & # 39; s most international cities
Mr. He was allegedly assaulted for his daughter, who cried and screamed.
& # 39; My daughter was terrified & # 39 ;, he told Guangdong Radio and Broadcasting Group.
& # 39; But she is so smart and obedient. She tried to protect me everywhere (the process), & he added.
& # 39; It hurt me to see it. She knelt so often. & # 39;
It was said that Mr. He would be released by the police after onlookers had separated both parties and brought them to rest.
He went to a local police station and submitted a report on police violence.
The Guangzhou police authority, which spoke to the press, confirmed that he had interrupted police work.
The authority said the gentleman refused to leave the site – despite the fact that the officers had repeatedly asked him.
The authority added that both parties were injured in the altercation. It said it had launched an investigation to see if the officers had broken rules.
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