Policeman verbally abuses Uber driver for honking his horn

I know its bad to generalize but I don't trust police officers. Way back when I was 19 I was working at a hotel as a room service attendant. I would deliver food, set up, and clean up when they were done. This one time I went to clean up and noticed the room was empty. It looked like they had left in a hurry and the room was a mess. I knew they had left because there were no shoes, clothes, bags, etc. Well, as I'm cleaning up I notice this shiny thing under the bed. I grab and pull it out and its a gun. I called the front office and they told me to stay put while they called the cops. When the cops came I told them about the gun. One of the cops then asks me if its mine! I said no, but he looks at me suspicious and takes me outside the room. He then handcuffs me and makes me sit on a bench where everyone can see me. It was so humiliating and I could tell people were talking about me. My manager and receptionist tried to tell the cops I had been working there for a while and was one of the best employees and that there was no way the gun was mine. The cops ignored them and took me to the station where they interrogated and asked me questions and were trying to ask why I had "my" gun there. I was so scared and thought I was going to go to jail, but eventually they said I was clear after like 4-5 hours. I felt so angry and thought these two cops were incompetent. While they were talking to me not once did I hear them ask who rented the room. I went back to work the next day and one of our guest that saw what happened came up to me, and I'll never forget what he said: "the color of your skin is your sin". This experience made me have a negative opinion about cops and I also learned to just keep my mouth shut and say I didn't see or hear anything. P.S. sorry if there are any mistakes, English is not my first language.

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