The approval and entry into force of the Gag Law has been one of the most controversial issues in recent months, as it caused the anger of a large part of the population and the division of various political parties.
Due to this law, a Santiago de Compostela police officer has denounced a user who uploaded a video which went viral and the rest of the people who "liked" the video.
In the video you can see how a policeman is recorded chasing a patient who manages to flee from the police, the author of video thought he could record the scene and decided to share it.
The figures went viral, the video was played 17,000 times and shared 300, well, the agent has denounced the author and the users who have "liked" which have received a pen alty of 600 euros, since according to article 37.4 of the Gag Law, a police officer cannot It can be recorded during your work schedule.
The most serious thing is that the fine that could rise to the author would be up to 30,000 euros, a whopping amount for simply record a video that he found funny. This is not the first time something like this has happened because a woman who took a photo of a police car in a parking space for disabled people made her go through the checkout with a fine of 800 euros.
So you must be very careful about which publications you "like" and especially the ones you upload because you could end up receiving a letter in your mailbox with a fine and as you can see it is not a simple fine of parking with a minimum price, but we are talking about figures that far exceed the previous ones.
What do you think about this news? Do you know anything about the Gag Law?