A least two employees of a California police department are being investigated after police uniforms and squad cars were used in a spoof video that has gone viral.
The video was posted to YouTube in June and has garnered nearly a million hits. It shows five men dressed as police officers from the West Covina police department pulling over a man and pointing guns at him while taunting him.
The guns were not real, nor were they real police officers. But they did have real uniforms and cars, and that did not sit well with West Covina City Manager Andrew Pasmant. He told the San Gabriel Valley Tribune that he ordered an investigation when he learned about the video in September.
The two people being investigated are not police officers. Check out the video: