Victorian Police officers have expressed their dismay at not being able to shoot any protestors, as demonstrations against Daniel Andrews ramp up.
Over 20,000 marched in the city on the weekend to protest the pending pandemic legislation, with many officers upset they had to stand back and watch rather than open fire.
“I was all fired up coming into work that morning, getting ready to pepper spray some unarmed protestors while calling them pussies,” Senior Constable Mark Harrison of the PORT squad said.
“Unfortunately, we were told we weren’t needed and I ended up doing traffic duties. Not happy, as I needed the overtime payments to get ahead with my mortgage payments. It’s just not right.”
Premier Daniel Andrews has vowed that he will return to ‘police brutality as usual’ if the laws are passed.