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Officers fight to arrest a half-naked drinker as the police turn against the police in the crowd


Shocking footage of dozens of players harassing the police has emerged while desperately trying to arrest a man who refuses to keep quiet.

The audience shouts "W *** er" and "is it worth all the effort?" when the two officers fight to hold on to the apparently drunk Punter.

Others sing on a PC & # 39; you fat b ***** d & # 39; as he tries to hold the man in a pub.

In the footage, two officers find it extremely difficult to restrain and tie up the apparently drunk and disorganized bar visitor

Shocking shots were taken of dozens of players who harassed the police desperately trying to arrest a man (pictured) who refuses to go quietly

Shocking shots were taken of dozens of players who harassed the police desperately trying to arrest a man (pictured) who refuses to go quietly

But some say the man was actually the victim – claiming that the police sprayed him in the face for no reason before throwing him to the ground.

The video was posted on Twitter by a suspected policeman who simply said, “The public is ready again and hurls abuse if the police are clearly fighting to arrest a person.

He added, "I can't find a single law enforcement agency that hasn't supported a policeman since R vs Waugh (1956). That needs to change. & # 39;

In the footage, two officers find it extremely difficult to restrain and tie up the apparently drunk and disorganized bar visitor.

It seems that they spray him in the face before a fight begins.

The audience shouts "W *** er" and "is it worth all the effort?"

The two officers fight to hold the apparently drunk Punter

The audience shouts "W *** er" and "is it worth all the effort?" when the two officers fight to hold on to the apparently drunk Punter

Although the man is finally handcuffed, the camera pans away at the end of the footage and shows a lot of people standing and watching him bundled up on the floor

Although the man is finally handcuffed, the camera pans away at the end of the footage and shows a lot of people standing and watching him bundled up on the floor

"You can't do that! Spray it for no reason. It's not okay, ”says one viewer.

As he struggles to free himself, the policewoman is slapped in the face before the man clings to a nearby pool table.

The WPC grabs the man by his pants to pull him back, but no one enters as they fight.

The viewers harass and harass the officials in the two-minute clip.

In addition to the two-minute clip on Snapchat, another six-minute clip was posted on Facebook.

Although the man is finally handcuffed, the camera pans away at the end of the footage and shows a whole lot of people watching.

Some say the man was actually the victim

They claim that the police sprayed him in the face for no reason before throwing him to the ground

Some say the man was actually the victim – claiming that the police sprayed him in the face for no reason before throwing him to the ground

Some in the pub were upset when the officials brought the man down. "They should spread the situation," says someone

Some in the pub were upset when the officials brought the man down. "They should spread the situation," says someone

Other officials said the behavior of the two PCs was excellent. One tweeted: "What a terrible situation and great reluctance on the part of the officials, reinforced by those who chose to prick and film instead of helping and spreading the situation (Heckler in the picture)

Other officials said the behavior of the two PCs was excellent. One tweeted: "What a terrible situation and great reluctance on the part of the officials, reinforced by those who chose to prick and film instead of helping and spreading the situation (Heckler in the picture)

The man is taken away and, strangely, an apparently police television team also records the scenes.

Some in the pub were upset when the officials threw the man down.

"They should spread the situation," says someone.

Other officials said the behavior of the two PCs was excellent.

One tweeted, "What a terrible situation and great reluctance on the part of the officials, compounded by those who chose to prick and film instead of helping and spreading the situation."

John Apter said, "Terrible situation. Difficult viewing."

Christina Douglas wrote: "Very hard and not easy to watch how they fight, how can someone go by and not help, they should have kicked them where it hurts."

Another wrote: "Remarkable self-control on the part of the officers."

And Sgt. Harry Tangye added: "Two extremely brave officers in the face of numerous wild cowards. I greet you. & # 39;

The police could not comment without a final location.

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