Tina and Mona for court Thursday for that ‘Bonny and Clyde’ performance

L-R Mona Singh and Yashmine Ramsook during their performance at the police outpost on Monday

TWENTY two year old Yashmine Ramsook and 30 year old Mona Singh both of Lot 3 #36 Village, Corentyne, Berbice are expected to appear at the No. 51 magistrate Court on Thursday.

This was confirmed by the Guyana Police Force in a press statement late on Wednesday evening following a video that went viral on social media and which depicts the two young ladies occasioning several offences including racial remarks to police officers on duty.

The police statement noted that the offences for which the women would be charged includes dangerous driving, damage to property, disorderly behavior, assaulting peace Officer and resisting peace officer.

The police while not clearly addressing the issue of the racial remarks in the press statement further stated “legal advice is to be obtained in respect of certain utterances/remarks against the ranks as expressed in videos”

According to the police, the incident took place on Monday December 02, 2019 at the Rose Hall Police Outpost. The two women were released on bail on the night in question.

The two ended up at the police outpost after Yashmine Ramsook who was driving motorcar PTT 5628, reportedly struck a parked vehicle and drove away without stopping.

A police patrol vehicle caught up with her after intercepting her at Port Mourant and directed her back to Rose hall outpost where a breathalyzer test revealed that he was below the legal limit of alcohol consumption.

In the video the women were hearing cursing police officers, cursing while on the phone and one was even seen pushing a uniformed police officer. The women also threatened to have the police ranks who were on duty at time, fired and or transfer even as they promised to called Security Minister Khemraj Ramjattan

Mona Singh who is the sister of Ramsook, was in the vehicle at the time of the accident. A further update will be given later. The police has promised to provide another update in this matter.