Transcript for Officer under fire for 'racially insensitive' Snapchat post
Next to the police officer under fire in Detroit. That officer accused of posting a racist video of himself mocking a young black woman after she walked home in the subzero cold. Here's ABC's Adrienne Bankert. Priceless. Reporter: Tonight, a Detroit officer's under fire for posting this on Snapchat. He and his partner appear to mock a woman they stopped for driving with expired registration. Walk of shame. In the cold. Reporter: Officers ordered Ariel Moore's car towed, despite subzero temperatures. The police chief says she declined a ride home and began walking when officer Gary Steele posted to Snapchat. I'm angry because this was a racially insensitive post. Reporter: The filter on that reads "Celebrating black history month" and "What black girl magic looks like." Then one officer says this dismissive phrase. Bye Felicia. Reporter: When Moore saw the video, she was at a loss. I'm kind of shocked. I don't really know how to feel right now. I'm still trying to take it in. What they put on there, that's racist. Reporter: That officer is on administrative leave and could not be reached for comment. The second officer is under investigation. Adrienne, thank you.
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