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Police graffiti PSA becomes an online hit, because it's not very good
  来源:苹果蓝号检测  更新时间:2024-06-16 23:54:32

Around the world, police use social media to hopefully get their message across to the youth.

Sometimes it's funny. Other times, as in the case of a video by the Western Australian Police Force, it's just plain cringeworthy.

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The police force released a video about its rewards system for people who report graffiti, featuring a young couple out on the town, relishing in the fact that they snitched to pay for their outing.

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While the subject matter is already problematic enough, the pure awkwardness in the video well, speaks for itself.

There are many questions, but why you would take out someone to boast about your recent reporting of graffiti would be the first.

Of course, people were keen to point out the video's numerous shortcomings.

Australia's bureaucrats aren't very good at making videos, it would seem. Earlier this year, an advertisement for Australia's Department of Finance graduate program went viral, again, for its unbridled awkwardness. Oh boy.


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