A video trending on the social media gives an account on Uber driver who did not allow himself to be bullied by a police officer who entered his car and attempted to seize his keys allegedly for money. In the video, both struggled and it degenerate into a heated exchange of words.
A passenger in the car became so apprehensive and filmed the entire incident. The driver was adamant and was not ready for his keys to be seize by the police officer. "You can take me to anywhere you want, I said give me my keys" said the driver.
He struggled with the police officer who resisted all attempts to relinquish the keys to the driver. The driver felt he was being oppressed against his will and right and as a result stood his ground throughout the encounter. At a point the helmet the police officer was wearing had to give way. The driver did not give up until his keys was return to him by the police officer.
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