Footage Emerges Of Man Being Tasered On Sydney Bus
Graphic footage has emerged of the moment that a man was tasered by police officers on a packed bus travelling through inner-Sydney yesterday.
In the video, which was filmed by a passenger on board the 377 bus service on Anzac Parade in Moore Park at around 2:30pm, a man dressed in bright orange jacket can be seen having confrontation with officers.
It’s reported that the bus driver signalled for help from NSW Police, who had been performing random breath tests in Moore Park, after an alleged assault took place.
As police stormed the bus, one officer can be heard yelling, “get off the bus, you’re under arrest for assault.”
The man in question is then seen hitting the taser that is held by the officer before the officer eventually uses the taser, causing nearby passengers to run away.
NSW Police have confirmed that a 37-year-old man was tasered on the bus after he allegedly assaulted a police officer.
They also confirmed that the police entered the bus after being told that the man had already assaulted two passengers.
The man was arrested and taken to Surry Hills police station.