NYPD officers have controversial response when asked to wear masks

A freshman at NYU called out two NYPD officers not wearing masks at a subway station in Brooklyn and now their not-so-friendly response is drawing some scrutiny. The 50-second interaction happened Tuesday night just before 9 p.m. at the Clark Street station in Brooklyn Heights — and it was recorded on video. NYU freshman Mihai Ciocan said the unmasked officers immediately stood out because just 36 hours earlier, the MTA started enforcing a $50 fine for those not wearing a mask in transit stations, subways and buses.
Eyewitness News ABC7NY News video.

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