Canada cop who allegedly ate pot on duty used police car to create ‘Bollywood style’ video
Constable Vittorio Dominelli, a 10-year veteran, was in the news after he allegedly consumed marijuana while on duty and climbed a tree.world Updated: Feb 02, 2018 20:07 IST
A recently suspended Toronto policeman is under investigation after he and a fellow officer recreated a Bollywood-style video by using an official vehicle.
Constable Vittorio Dominelli, a 10-year veteran, was in the news after he allegedly consumed marijuana while on duty and climbed a tree. Now, he faces another investigation for the video, the Toronto Sun reported.
The six-minute video stars Dominelli and fellow constable Haroon Ahmed Siddiqui, who pull over a woman for a traffic violation. When Siddiqui asks for her licence, she turns to him, and the video cuts to a Bollywood-style love-at-first-sight dream sequence, replete with Hindi songs.
Later, Dominelli asks why Siddiqui let her go, to which the latter replies that he has fallen in love. The final shot in the video is of Siddiqui and the woman dancing at a waterfront.
Police sources confirm Cst. Vittorio Dominelli is one of 2 TPS police officers suspended for allegedly ingesting pot while on duty. His social media accounts full of colourful content like this music video. @globalnewsto pic.twitter.com/h2jXo5p89Z— Kamil Karamali (@KamilKaramali) January 30, 2018
A police spokesman said the video was being investigated. “This video and every aspect of this situation will be closely scrutinised,” he was quoted by the Toronto Sun as saying.
FULL STORY | 2 Toronto police officers accused of stealing marijuana, getting stoned on the job. One of them has a video online with the song "Because I Got High." https://t.co/nFZ25Gg41W pic.twitter.com/piwMb3su7H— Kamil Karamali (@KamilKaramali) January 30, 2018
The report also quoted defence lawyer Tyler Smith as saying that the video proves that Dominelli has a “particular pattern of having a specifically poor judgment regarding his duties and obligations”.