That's what is apparent in the picture above, from a national paper.
It shows people in a sort of commotion, probably fighting or in a physical confrontation.
But instead of adding clarity, the explanation supplied on the side of the photo, heightens the confusion.
"Police officers protect irate women from attacking a suspected conmen..."What is one supposed to make of this description, members of the press?
- That the women doing the attacking are the ones being protected?
- How do you even 'protect from attacking'?
- And since when is it proper to say, 'a suspected conmen'?
The competence of this sub-editor is suspect, I suspect!