Breaking laws and violation of rules are not a big deal for Pakistanis who do cautiously abide by the rules and regulation in overseas countries but here the story is quite different. One of its grim example is as follows:
A woman treated badly with a traffic police officer who had stopped her over breaking a traffic signal in the upscale Defence Housing Authority (DHA) neighbourhood of Karachi.
In the video, the woman, instead of admitting her mistake or even responding politely, started verbally abusing and threatening the traffic police officer for daring to confront her for the offense.
When the officer told her she had “engaged in signal violation” and would “be fined for it”, she said: “I will smash your face.” “You’re jumping the signal and, on top of it, you’re verbally abusing me,” responded the officer, to which she said: “Get out of here, get lost!”
After threateningly telling him to “remember his worth” and calling him an old man in spite, she fled when the traffic police officer tried to issue her a traffic violation fine. Police later decided to pursue action against her for the violation of traffic rules and misbehaving with and abusing an officer. A First Information Report against the woman has been registered with the Darakshan Police Station, reports Geo News.