This is the shocking moment when a bat hits a train door before attacking a policeman.
Stephen Owellen was filmed while slamming and kicking the doors on a subway train as he desperately tried to get out.
The officers on the platform then press the "open door" button to let the 33-year-old off the train.
Then he storms toward officers and the subway driver before undressing.
Stephen Owellen (pictured above) was filmed while kicking and sliding the doors of the subway train
Bodycam footage of Northumbria police officers was filed in court, along with another clip that showed the 33-year-old strip to the nude before it was placed in the driver.
Nexus, the operator of the Gosforth area in Newcastle upon Tyne, has now beaten up the thug who was spared from prison because of the wild attack on the last train home.
Chris Carson, Director of Metro Services, said: & # 39; The safety of our employees and customers is our top priority. Attacks on underground drivers are not tolerated.
"We are disappointed that the person who committed this attack was not put in prison. This was an employee in uniform who performed an essential public service and was subjected to violence. Nobody deserves this type of treatment when at work.
The police then carefully pushed the open door button to let him out, then ran towards the officer
“While it is rare for Metro to violate this seriousness, any verbal or physical attack on employees is completely unacceptable. I am grateful that the subway driver was not seriously injured and that the police were able to arrest the perpetrator at the scene. & # 39;
Mr. Carson said the team took a number of measurements to increase safety and prevent crime and anti-social behavior on the lines.
& # 39; CCTV cameras worn on the front were worn on the body, and we are increasing the number of employees in the system to capture the values.
& # 39; We are already working closely with the police and have reinforced the high visibility patrols in the system in which our own staff work together with the Northumbria Police Metro Unit and the Neighborhood Policing Teams.
After running out the door, he took off his shirt before running to officers. He was then arrested (picture above)
"The overall crime rate in Metro remains low for a transport system of this size, but anyone who thinks it's okay to attack one of our employees will face trial and have the prospect of a prison sentence."
The footage shows officials bravely restraining Owellen, whom the North Tyneside Magistrates & # 39; Court heard was raised for violence and who owed more than £ 3,000 based on previous convictions.
He insisted that he had only four pints that night.
The police arrived at the Regent Center to help the driver who broke his cab window before being hit black and blue.
Owellen even barked "Come on!" when the doors open and he attacks the officers.
But he had dressed again when the officers arrived in the early morning of February 9th.
On Wednesday, he was described in court as "completely naked" when he struck.
He landed so many hits that the driver lost the count and remembered, "He went crazy in the cabin."
The letter from the Sunderland defendant, Mark Richardson, mitigatingly claimed that his actions were "atypical".
After Owellen pleaded guilty to assault through beatings and criminal damage, the magistrate suspended his four-month prison term for one year and asked him to pay the driver £ 200 compensation and £ 100 for the damage to the Nexus
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