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Policing New Years Eve in Manchester photo is credited as a work of art on #Twitter #Mentions

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Police in Manchester have highlighted the great challanages that officers face in a  photo that was tweeted.

The photo takes a snap shot of officers dealing with a drunken incident on New Years Eve in Manchester. 

The picture has been captioned as a work of Art. But we know it is what you Police Officers face each and every weekend. 

The photo snapped by Joel Goodman shows a typical scene of what ever police officer in the United Kingdom will have faced at some point last night and most likely every weekend of the pervious weeks. 

https://twitter.com/hughesroland/status/682916583073779712

The Picture is being credited as a work of art. But it captures the real challanages police officers face every weekend across the United Kingdom.

https://twitter.com/cosmopeleton/status/682925722810331136

Here is a snap shot of everything happening in the picture.

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