Canal Trece’s program, We in the Morning, experienced a tense moment when its driver,the chicken ÁlvarezHe lost his temper live after seeing images of police quarantine checks.
As is common in all news programs, the cycle of young driver, was doing, through an outdoor cell phone, a survey of how the city was during the day of isolation by the coronavirus.
The chronicler in charge, Santiago Zeyen, was on the Buenos Aires / La Plata highway, where rigorous police controls were carried out to allow access to the city.AlvarezOnce again, he was outraged by the images he saw.
Zeyen showed how the police carried out routine checks, requesting the pertinent circulation permits from each vehicle, repeating the same procedural error thatthe NAM driverI had already pointed out days ago.
“Here we are, asking for the papers, certifying everything,” announced the mobile operator,the chicken, indignant he could not remain silent in front of what he saw.
“The paperwork is over, I already give up. I touch the paperwork I give up, uh, I’m going down here,” he said.the conductor of Canal Trece,Seeing that police officers continued to touch the requested documentation with their hands. Despite wearing latex gloves, the virus continues to spread.
“I am no longer interested, at this point I am no longer interested”, closed flatlyAlvarez. His panelmate, Andrea Campbell also had an opinion on the matter. “How paradoxical, right? Because he is in control and is, perhaps eventually, infecting,” said the journalist just as outraged as her partner.