FRSC recommends psychological evaluation for driver who stripped naked in Ogun
A driver, Isiaka Sanusi stripped himself naked when he was flagged down by Federal Road Safety Corps operative on suspicion of dangerous driving during the Sector Commander’s special patrol operation at Ewekoro, Ogun state.
The FRSC disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday, adding that that there is need for the country’s roads to be filled with sane and psychologically fit drivers.
According to the statement, it took the intervention of police operatives to calm him down from creating an embarrassing scene.
The statement read in part, “Some flagrant infraction of traffic rules and regulations need to be checked scientifically in order to ascertain the mental eligibility of offenders. The FRSC Ogun Command, on Wednesday, booked one Isiaka Sanusi, following the display of an act of insanity when he was stopped by operatives of the organisation at Itori in the early hours of the day.
“On apprehension, Sanusi decided to display further his psychological imbalance when he stripped himself naked, thereby causing an embarrassing scene for himself. He was, however, calmed down through the assistance of the men of the Nigeria Police Force, Ewekoro Division, and thereafter he was booked accordingly.
“He was later recommended for psychological evaluation on the directives of the Sector Commander of the Ogun Sector Command Corps, Ahmed Umar, who warned the motoring public against harassment of operatives while discharging their duties as such would not be handled with levity.”
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