Bulgarian police during a protest in Sofia on Sunday, March 17, tried to disperse the protesters with tear gas, but instead I got to their colleagues. The corresponding video published on the social network Twitter.
As you know, in Sofia two days there were anti-government protests, which were attended by several hundred people. The protesters tried to break the fence and break into the Parliament, which caused the use of gas by the police.
But law enforcement obviously did not take into account the wind direction, and the gas got into the eyes of their colleagues. The video shows how the police then washed the eye with water.