J. Alexander Keung – one of the four ex-police officers charged with the brutal killing of George Floyd was confronted by an angry woman at a grocery store in Minnesota.
Kueng was shopping at Cub Foods in Plymouth, Minnesota on Saturday when the woman spotted him and angrily confronted him – recording the encounter on the phone.
In the viral video released on social media, the woman holding the phone was constantly following Keung, questioning him as to how he got the money to secure his bail.
The ex-officer didn’t deny his identity, instead he calmly told his stalker he was sorry she was feeling the way she was.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, recent reports from Star Tribune disclosed that Keung, who was charged with aiding and abetting of second-degree murder had been held on $750,000 bail, and was released from Hennepin County jail on Friday night.