A man was arrested in Nairobi after he viciously attacked a senior police officer in Ruai after getting into an argument with a petrol station attendant. The incident which happened earlier in the day attracted a huge crowd of onlookers after the suspect became rowdy after being asked to give way after he blocked an entrance.
According to K24 digital news media platform, the suspect is said to have started an argument with workers including a guard at the filling station when he wrongly parked his car. This forced motorists to cause a traffic snarl up leading to a security guard in the scene to demand the motorist to give way.
This seems to have agitated the motorist who started getting rowdy leading to the Ruai police station commander Ogweno to visit the scene. The senior officer requested the man to identify himself but he instead gave a false impression of being a police officer. When interrogated further, he turned violent and bit off the officers ear who in turn arrested him. He will be charged in court with various criminal charges.
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