The bizarre video was shared widely on Twitter on Thursday.
The video shows a Chicago police officer talking to a naked woman who then opens the unlocked car door and gets into the vehicle. While the officer yells at her to get out of the car, she puts the car in reverse, apparently runs over his leg, and then speeds off.
Australian News Anchor Rita Panahi posted the video captioning it, “Meanwhile, in Chicago…”
Meanwhile, in Chicago… pic.twitter.com/zSXotN0P1T
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) October 6, 2022
The video is from June and the woman was charged in the incident.
A woman is facing charges after allegedly stealing a Chicago police squad car and dragging an officer who found her lying naked on a street Monday in West Garfield Park.
Whitley Temple, 34, arrested Monday morning roughly 10 minutes after police said she fled in a squad car and dragged an officer.
The police officer was responding to a call of shots fired when he found Temple, who was naked, lying on the street around 9 a.m. near Jackson Boulevard and Kostner Avenue, according to officials.
The officer stopped to find out what she was doing, but Temple got up and charged the officer, assaulting him before driving off in their squad car, CPD Supt. David Brown said.
Source: Fox 32 Chicago
The Fox 32 report says that Temple had been sexually assaulted and was found lying on the road naked as police responded to a report of gunshots in the area.
It’s not the only video of what was going on in Chicago this past summer to resurface recently.
Just a few days ago, a disturbing video of a group of 8th graders in Chicago flashing their Glocks after their middle school graduation was circling on Twitter.
Underage Chicago teens show off their firearms following their 8th-grade graduation. America here's a big part your problem. pic.twitter.com/awOqFtg2h6
— Dave the realist 🇩🇪 (@bigdave2022) September 29, 2022
Crime is rampant in Chicago with violent crime up 37% compared to last year and Chicago police say that motor vehicle thefts have gone up by 74% when compared to 2021.
Meanwhile, the Mayor of Chicago is very busy making TikTok videos to promote a karaoke contest that runs until November 6.
— Clown World ™ 🤡 (@ClownWorld_) October 5, 2022
“[Lightfoot’s] video comes as the city is seeing a 37% increase in violent crime when compared to the same time period in 2021. To date, more violent crime is being reported in Chicago in 2022 than every year since 2018, according to statistics from the Chicago Police Department,” reports Fox News.
She’s spending her time making TikTok videos and railing against Republican Governors facilitating transportation for illegal aliens to her sanctuary city.
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot is dancing on TikTok while violent crime surges and people continue getting gunned down in the street. pic.twitter.com/5UJHRMYEpg
— MRCTV (@mrctv) October 5, 2022
Last one for today 😂 pic.twitter.com/pyGpFBhS6n
— Clown World ™ 🤡 (@ClownWorld_) October 6, 2022
Perhaps Mayor Lightfoot should spend less time posting stupid TikTok videos and work with city officials and law enforcement to address the rampant crime in her city.
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