The city hall leader of a town in Colombia has been adulated after he handed his own child over to the police for breaking a time limitation forced to control the spread of the coronavirus.
Carlos Higgins Villanueva said he needed to set a model.
“My family are the principal who need to regard the principles,” he tweeted.
There have been in excess of 95,000 affirmed instances of the infection in Colombia and in excess of 3,300 individuals have passed on.
Setting a model
Atlántico, the northern state where Mr Higgins is civic chairman of the modest community of Juan de Acosta, has the second most elevated number of contaminations.
Civic chairman Higgins posted pictures of himself driving his child, his nephew and a man he portrayed as “an incredible companion” to the police headquarters, where he asked officials “to manage the standard breakers as they see fit”.
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The three had been gotten on video observing Father’s Day. The gathering they went to was not just held during the hours of an exacting check in time however there was likewise liquor at a bargain, in negation of a transitory state-wide boycott forced for that end of the week.
City hall leader Higgins composed on Twitter: “My family members are the principal who need to regard these measures. I won’t permit them to put the lives of our residents in danger since they needed to have a few beverages.”
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“I have other more youthful children and he could bring the infection home in the event that he got it,” he said concerning why he felt his oldest needed to get familiar with his exercise. “I needed to set a model with the goal that the remainder of the network regards the standards,” he included.
The standard breakers have been requested to do network administration.
The metropolitan specialists have embraced the civic chairman’s methodology and propelled a crusade with the aphorism: “In the event that I see you at a gathering, drinking, outside your home, visiting or accepting visits or playing football, I will grass on you and you will go to the police.”