Watch: Army Helicopter Used To Disperse Youth Soccer Game Amid Virus Lockdown

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News Story Source:, by Tyler Durden
In late March, Tunisia made headlines by deploying a "robocop" to help enforce the virus lockdown in the capital of Tunis. At that time the interior ministry confirmed it deployed a four-wheeled robot that harasses people if they're violating the strict public health orders to shelter-at-home.

Though that earlier method which resulted in bizarre dystopic scenes of a robot interrogating random citizens evoked widespread mockery and anger on the internet, it seems authorities were unfazed, as days ago the Tunisian Army actually deployed a military helicopter against a group of young people playing a pick-up game of soccer.

Despite Tunisia currently only having 685 confirmed COVID-19 cases, including 28 deaths – perhaps due to early drastic strict lockdown measures – the country has maintained a state essentially close to martial law.

Tunisia's President Kais Saied as early as March 23rd ordered the army into the streets to curb the spread of coro
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