Immigrants in Belgium aren’t very happy with the measures imposed to contain the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, and they’re taking their frustrations out on the police.
Officers have been charged with making people aware of the new social distancing proscriptions.
On Friday evening in Schaerbeek, Brussels, police spotted a group of four young “ethnic minorities” who were not abiding by the regulation.
They stopped the youngsters to remind them of the new rules and asked for their identity papers, according to a report at SCEPTR.
The immigrants didn’t like this, and one of them began calling for others on the street to protest the “police brutality.” In response, more and more immigrants came and surrounded the officers, who called for backup out of concern that the situation was getting out of hand.