A nine-month-old baby was arrested in Pakistan for his “involvement” in an alleged assassination attempt on police.
Moosa Khan was booked on accusations that he helped stone police officers in the city of Lahore during a protest. Video of the infant’s arrest shows his fingerprints being taken, and quickly, the news footage went viral.
A judge released the boy to his grandfather not long after being arrest, and now, reports claim that the arresting officer Assistant Sub Inspector of Police Kashif has been suspended by the police department for accusing a baby of attempted murder.
“A nine month old can never commit such a crime,” said Deputy Inspector General of Police Jabbar. “This incident took place due to sheer misunderstanding on the police's part and was not done on purpose."