WATCH: Facebook video exposes police playing dirty

Laval police have begun an investigation into what appears to be at least three police officers, going to great lengths to muddy their patrol vehicles on a construction site.

The video was taken by a construction worker and posted on his Facebook page.

It shows a police car parked In the middle of a large construction site.

Two other police cars, approach at high speed and plow through a deep mud puddle, splashing mud and dirty water over all three vehicles.

The Facebook poster Charles Ledoux says the incident took place last Friday and he suspects it is a result of the ongoing protests over the pension reform bill.

He also points out that for safety reasons the speed limit on the site is 10 KPH but the two police cars appear to be going much faster.

He also writes that taxpayers will be stuck with the bill for the cleaning.

The Journal de Montreal this morning reports that Laval Police have launched an investigation into the incident, but will not comment.

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  1. jean L posted on 08/05/2014 11:39 AM
    This may be a good time for the POLICE to read the stickers plastered on their cars and clothing!! .........................This is stealing guys!!
  2. Drew posted on 08/05/2014 11:48 AM
    When the nurses went on strike the police were their with riot gear and gave them no support for they thought they were untouchable.
    When the teacher went on strike they again were there with their riot gear and gave no support because it could not happen to them.
    The students were pepper sprayed and arrested for illegal assembly the police were there in their riot gear rand gave them no support because they thought it could not happen to them.
    When Social Services went on strike they never gave support
    Now they are defacing police cars that are city property with stickers they are illegally assembling because there pension is only $59,000 a year at age 52 years of age.
    When they protest they are above the law they never supported other workers in the past and why should we support them now. as the expression goes " What comes around goes around"
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