We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

1.) China

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Officers in the Chinese police force are terribly underpaid. It’s no surprise that they’ll turn to crooked ways to fund themselves.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

2. Philippines

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A police officer in the Philippines is only supposed to earn around $400-$500 per month. However, due to some less than legal ways of obtaining money, some cops earn millions because of shady dealings with criminals and extortion.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

3.) Bulgaria

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Bulgarians have a great distrust of their police force due to the fact that a number of officials have been involved in corruption scandals in the past.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

4.) Czech Republic

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Police corruption in the Czech Republic is so rampant, that it can be classified into two categories: petty corruption that involves bribery and extortion, and major economic corruption which involves foreign investments.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

5.) Greece

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Greek people are fully aware of the corruption of their police force because they enable it. They admit to bribing cops in order to make their own lives easier.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

6.) Hungary

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High-ranking officers in Hungary usually have ties to various criminals and they have the power to halt or push forward an investigation if the price is right.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

7.) Latvia

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The most corrupt department in the Latvian police force is their road police. Motorists have no other choice but to pay whatever sum an officer asks for because there’s not exactly any clear laws regarding corruption in their country.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

8.) Lithuania

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Well, from 1995-1998, two-thirds of those who were prosecuted for corruption in Lithuania were police officers. So, that’s saying a whole lot.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

9.) Russia

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Because of the fact that Russian mobs have the ability to pay more than an average Russian cop’s yearly salary, police officers would rather take bribes than enforce the law.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

10.) Afghanistan

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Afghan cops are notorious for setting up random checkpoints just so they could extort money from civilians. Anybody who refused to pay up gets hurt.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

11.) Haiti

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Haiti has been in a state of quiet lawlessness for a while now. That being said, the Haiti National Police has been running rampant, committing various crimes and extorting civilians.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

12.) Mexico

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Because of how high the crime rates are in Mexico, their cops don’t really think their low pay is worth all the risk, so they turn to illegal ways of making money like extortion and being involved with drug cartels. They practice “plata o plomo” (silver or lead) which involves asking people to pay up or get shot.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

13.) Sudan

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If a cop files a report or investigate a crime in Sudan, it’s a total miracle. They rarely do their jobs properly because they’re more focused on extorting money from civilians.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

14.) Somalia

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The war-torn country has an ineffective police force because of the fact that they’re severely underpaid. They turn to extortion and stealing money to supplement their meager incomes.

We all know that money talks and walks. It can make anything you want possible– even buying your own freedom or getting away from being a victim of badge abuse. In the US, most cops wouldn’t even ask you for money, they’ll just straight up beat you even if you attempted to pay them. However, in these countries, if you can’t fork over a few bills, expect to get beaten to a pulp.

15.) Iraq

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Iraqi police are a bit more hardcore when it comes to being corrupt. They get involved in kidnappings and ransom payments instead of the petty way of extortion and bribery.

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