A photo of a clamped police car in a clamping and towing zone at Gallares St., Tagbilaran City in Bohol, central Philippines has gone viral on social media after it sparked debates on whether police cars should be exempted from clamping and towing.
After all, the cops from this police car might have been responding to something at some interior area that was away from the parking zone and it was also highly likely that this one will be called out to respond to some incident but couldn’t swiftly do so because its wheels were clamped.
Of course, on the other side of the coin were those who believe that the police car was rightfully clamped as it was breaking the law and it was just great that the city’s traffic management office had the guts to implement the sanctions despite the lawbreaker being cops!
Indeed, according to post on The Bohol Chronicle, “CTMO Chief Tony Samante previously assured the public that no one will be exempted from the strict implementation of the towing and clamping ordinance.”
What do you think of this issue?