Police officer giving fire prevention and combat skills training ‘makes jokes’ causing ‘Internet storm’
On September 16, a video circulated on social networks recording the scene of a police officer carrying a loudspeaker telling people fire prevention skills and how to escape in case of fire. In particular, he provided fire prevention knowledge and made jokes that brought joy and laughter to the audience.
In a video, the police officer said: “I just pay attention that I do not use water to extinguish a fire caused by gasoline. Because gasoline is lighter than water, I threw water to spread the fire. The other thing is the grease that’s frying on the stove.” Kitchen, if I sprinkle water on it, I’ll get 15 million eyebrow tattoos tomorrow, remember?”.
In the second part, he shared: “Firefighters are not July soldiers, but the power is there, the power is there. The force on the spot is extremely important. Whether there is a fire or not is for you to decide, big fire.” Whether it’s a small fire or not is for you to decide.”
The video attracted many shares and comments from the online community. Many people think that it would be more effective for police officers to spread the knowledge of fire prevention and “throw a smile” like them.
It is known that the police officer in the video is Major Do Tan Tai, who is currently serving in the Fire Prevention and Rescue Police Team of District 5 Police (HCMC). The video was filmed during a fire drill in a high-rise building in District 5.
In the video, Major Tai also urged everyone to learn about fire prevention measures and accumulate survival skills to apply when needed.
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