Police are stuck for conducting STRIP SEARCHES on commuters in busy Sydney Central Station during rush hour while they hunt for drugs
- Privacy screens were set up during rush hour at around 5:15 p.m. on Thursday
- A witness said he saw about twelve police officers who supervised the area with drug dogs
- Users closed the procedure with a claim that Sydney had a & # 39; shame & # 39; used to be
Sydney has been beaten as an & # 39; international shame & # 39; after the police had carried out comic strip searches on commuters at the central station during rush hour.
Privacy screens were set up along with sightings of drug dogs and about 12 police during rush hour at about 5:15 p.m. on Thursday.
A moderator of the social media page Sniff Off managed by the Greens informed the public about the police operation to search for drugs.
Various users took over the social media to express their outrage about the operation.
A moderator of the social media page Sniff off managed by the Greens informed the public about the police operation to search for drugs
Sydney has been beaten as an & # 39; international shame & # 39; after the police carried out comic strip searches on commuters at the central station during rush hour (photo: search for strips at Central Station in March
Sydney has been beaten as an & # 39; international shame & # 39; after the police had carried out comic strip searches on commuters at the central station during rush hour
& # 39; Make sure you thank them for being gentle & # 39 ;, a user wrote.
& # 39; How thoughtful of them to have every 2nd random passerby strip in 15 degrees on the way home from an evening, & # 39; another user wrote.
One added: & # 39; Imagine that you are a tourist during a vacation and that you get the old squat and cough treatment in the center. & # 39;
& # 39; Exactly. Sydney is an international shame, & a user said in response.
A witness told Daily Mail Australia that he saw about 12 police officers supervising the station and walking in groups of four.
& # 39; I saw a businessman being thrown out of the way (by the police). They grabbed him by the shirt and dragged him to the search area of the strip, & said the commuter who wanted to remain anonymous.
Drug dogs were also seen as wandering around the upper platforms of the busy station (photo: drug dogs and police spotted in Central on July 11)
& # 39; The man was calm and just followed their orders. The commuter acted like nothing was wrong. & # 39;
Drug dogs were also roaming around the upper platforms of the busy station.
A New South Wales police spokesperson said Daily Dog dogs and privacy screens were regularly set up as part of a regular procedure.
There were no reports of suspicious activity or arrests during the operation.
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