Dramatic Arrest Footage Of Man Who Shoved A Cop
Extraordinary footage has emerged of a man pushing a police officer before complaining the handcuffs placed on him were too tight.
The dramatic incident unfolded in the middle of a busy road in Greenacre in Sydney's south-west after a car ploughed into a nearby hijab shop on Thursday, leaving 14 people injured.
NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia the man had been asked to move away from the scene when the incident unfolded.
The footage shows a policeman trying to restrain a man in the middle of the road before the man grabs hold of him and shoves him into a vehicle.
Extraordinary footage has emerged of a man pushing a police officer before complaining the handcuffs were too tight on him during his arrest
Another officer rushes in to help his colleague by grabbing the man in a headlock and after a brief struggle, the pair manage to get him on the ground.
As police struggle to detain him, the man can be heard in footage complaining that the handcuffs were too tight on him.
'My wrist is killing me.
I want to get up but I can't get up,' the man screams.
The officers then struggle to help the man stand up as he continues to complain the handcuffs are on too tight.
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'Give me instructions, I'm listening... I'm listening, whatever you want,' he says as the police officers are trying to lift him off the ground.
The officers instruct him on how to stand up but the man struggles and yells: 'What am I...
f***ing Arnold Schwarzenegger?'
'How am I going to get up? On one toe?'
NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia the man was asked to move on following the crash on Thursday but he allegedly refused.
The footage shows a police officer trying to restrain a man in the middle of the road before the man grabs hold of him and shoves him into a vehicle
The van (pictured) had to be removed from the Hijab House store in Greenacre, following hours of police investigations
The footage emerged online three days after Sabry Moustafa Nassar, 51, allegedly crashed his car into a nearby hijab shop on Thursday, which injured 14 people.
He was initially released without charge before being re-arrested on Friday and charged with a string of offences.
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