THIS is the moment a Scots cop shouted “you’re killing people” at a man claiming to have coronavirus while walking down the street.
The officer, on a bike, tells the man who is brazenly walking down High Street in Perth to go home after he said he had tested positive for the killer bug.
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In the shocking clip the officer tells the man he will be arrested if he continues to stay outside and not go home and self-isolate.
Four officers were on the scene alongside a police van and vehicle as the man refused to go home despite his claims.
One cop takes charge of the situation as he engages with the man who had been shouting while on the deserted High Street.
He was initially asked to quieten down before an officer speaks with him.
The officer said: “Don’t come close to me there is a virus going about” as the man approached him with complete disregard to social distancing rules during the lockdown.
And after the man claims to be ill with the killer disease, the officer continued: “You’re saying you’ve got it.
“If that is the case you need to go home and self-isolate.
“If I see you outside once more you’re getting the jail.”
He proceeded to shout ‘Go home’ at the man four times as he remained unmoved.
The officer then barked: “You are killing people
“You shouldn’t be out. Go home.
“If you continue to walk around you will be arrested.
“You’re killing people.”
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The man eventually started to move along the street before police cycled alongside him to keep him moving.
The incident comes after police were given the power to fine people if they went against social distancing rules in the coronavirus lockdown.
Scots have been told to only make essential trips during the three-week period and keep distance from others to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
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