A driver attacked two NYPD traffic cops when they asked him to move his automobile away from a fire hydrant he parked in front of in the Bronx.

About 8 o’clock in the evening on Wednesday, two traffic cops asked the man to move his 2008 silver Nissan Altima away from a fire hydrant in Fordham Heights since it was illegally parked. The man allegedly grew to become enraged and started punching the two officers. The man knocked both officers to the ground with his barbarous punches, and then he simply drove away.

A driver attacked two NYPD traffic cops when they asked him to move his automobile away from a fire hydrant he parked in front of in the Bronx.

About 8 o’clock in the evening on Wednesday, two traffic cops asked the man to move his 2008 silver Nissan Altima away from a fire hydrant in Fordham Heights since it was illegally parked. The man allegedly grew to become enraged and started punching the two officers. The man knocked both officers to the ground with his barbarous punches, and then he simply drove away.

A driver attacked two NYPD traffic cops when they asked him to move his automobile away from a fire hydrant he parked in front of in the Bronx.

About 8 o’clock in the evening on Wednesday, two traffic cops asked the man to move his 2008 silver Nissan Altima away from a fire hydrant in Fordham Heights since it was illegally parked. The man allegedly grew to become enraged and started punching the two officers. The man knocked both officers to the ground with his barbarous punches, and then he simply drove away.

Daniel

Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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