Internal Security Forces arrests Santa in Lebanon (video)

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December 25, 2014 By The Daily Star

ISF Santa squad rewards motorists wearing seat belts

In Christmas spirit and with a keenness for road safety, the Internal Security Forces promoted a number of their officers to their Santa squad Tuesday to reward citizens for abiding by traffic laws.

In the ISF’s own version of who was good and who was naughty, policemen dressed in Santa Clause suits handed out presents to motorists who were wearing seat belts.

A man dressed as Santa Claus distributes presents to motorists who are using the seatbelt in Beirut 

The ISF Twitter account displayed pictures of their Santas standing alongside a number of policemen in different parts of Lebanon as they handed out wrapped presents to passersby.

“The seat belt will protect you and Santa will reward you. Your life is the most precious gift,” read the caption to one of the photos.

 

نشرت قوى الأمن الداخلية دورياتها في عدد من المناطق وقامت بتفتيش دقيق للسيارات

وقدمت قوى الأمن هدايا لكل السائقين الملتزمين بالقوانين ويدعون حزام الأمان لهم ولأولادهم

 

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