By Archibong Jeremiah
An unidentified man between the age of 35-40 has been cooling his feet in Police custody in Calabar for slapping an Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP).
The man was pounced on by a team of over 10 policemen after he openly slapped the Police ASP few minutes into the second half of yesterday’s match between Enyimba Football Club and Rangers Football Club at the UJ Esuene stadium Calabar, the Cross River State capital.
Our reporter learnt that the man was supporting one of the teams and got in a tense argument with other guests at the VIP section after which he was asked to leave because he was constituting nuisance.
After resisting the directive to leave and slapping the unidentified ASP, he was then dragged by the Policemen who out numbered him to a corner, stripped of his shirt after been forced to sit on the ground and handcuffed.
During the process of dragging him to the corner where he was forced to sit on the ground, he received some slaps from the angry policemen.
At the time of filling this report, the current situation of the matter cannot be ascertain by our newsroom.
The match ended 2-1 with Eyimba defeating Rangers.
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