Police forced to listen to NWA’s ‘F*** tha Police’ repeatedly after someone broadcast it on their radio frequency

Officers in New Zealand have been forced to repeatedly listen to NWA’s “F*** tha Police” by a person illegally broadcasting the song on their frequency.

Police radios have picked up at least two versions of the 1988 hit which protested against brutality and racial profiling,

Inspector Kelvin Lloyd told the Otago Daily Times that people had been put “in danger” by the broadcasts after the song interfered with armed police trying to co-ordinate their response to a man pointing a gun at a motorist.