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Armed and uniformed officers were on stage on platform five of Central Station on Wednesday around 3 p.m.

Commuter horror when a man waves a cannon at a Sydney train station before the police tackle him on the ground – but everything is not as it seems

  • A man was tackled by the police after he brought a fake machine gun to a train station
  • The police stormed Sydney Central Station on Wednesday around 3 p.m.
  • Train station staff claimed that the man aimed the plastic toy guns in the air
  • The police initially arrested him for security reasons before he discovered that it was fake
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Commuters were left in horror at a Sydney train station after a man saw a gun waving, only for the police to discover it was fake.

Armed and uniformed officers stormed platform five from Central Station on Wednesday around 3 p.m. after train staff had reported the man.

He is said to have aimed the toy guns in the air while passengers watched from a train.

Commuters were not allowed on the platform while the commotion was going on.

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Armed and uniformed officers were on stage on platform five of Central Station on Wednesday around 3:00 PM

Armed and uniformed officers were on stage on platform five of Central Station on Wednesday around 3:00 PM

Commuters were not allowed on the platform while the commotion was going on

Commuters were not allowed on the platform while the commotion was going on

Commuters were not allowed on the platform while the commotion was going on

A witness who wished to remain anonymous was on his way to work when he saw that various police were attacking the man.

& # 39; The train guard said the guns were making a sound that sounded like a taser going off & he said to Daily Mail Australia.

& # 39; I saw police officers come in and tackle him and then he sat with all the police on the seats.

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& # 39; The police did not touch the gun until they took pictures of it and then they broke it apart. & # 39;

A spokeswoman for the New South Wales Police told Daily Mail Australia that the police initially arrested the man for security reasons before discovering that the gun was fake.

The spokeswoman said the toy gun was purchased innocently from Paddy's Markets, and it is not yet known whether he will receive an infringement report.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Sydney Trains for comments.

The police initially arrested the man for security reasons before he discovered that the gun was fake

The police initially arrested the man for security reasons before he discovered that the gun was fake

A police spokeswoman said the toy gun was purchased innocently from Paddy's Markets
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A police spokeswoman said the toy gun was purchased innocently from Paddy's Markets

The man is said to have aimed the toy guns in the air, while passengers watched from a train

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