Mexican Cop Fired For Humiliating 10-Year Old Boy Selling Candy

A Mexican cop gave a whole new meaning to taking candy – and cigarettes – from a child.

Spectators in the Mexican town of Villahermosa filmed inspector Juan Diego López making an example of a young boy selling candy on the street. The officer forced a sobbing Manuel Diaz Hernandez to throw all his candy on the street and then swiped the cigarettes the boy was selling for himself.

The 10-year old street vendor, who was crying throughout the entire ordeal, slumped to the ground when López left, held his head in his hands, started to rock back and forth as a man stooped over to help the boy picked up his dirty goods.

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