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NSW police minister David Elliott has denied that he caught a teenage P-plater & # 39; s arm during a heated argument on a Sydney road, but admits he has told the teenager that he & # 39; worked for the police & # 39;

Police minister is accused of arresting a teenage driver and told him & # 39; he has worked for the police & # 39; during a rage on the road

  • NSW police minister David Elliott has denied that he has seized the arm of a teenage P-plater
  • The teen driver's father claims that Elliott was angry after his car was cut
  • Dad claims the minister was chasing his son and telling the boy that he & # 39; worked for the police & # 39;
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NSW police minister David Elliott has denied that he caught a teenage P-plater & # 39; s arm during a heated argument on a road in Sydney, but admits he has told the teenager that he & # 39; worked for the police & # 39 ;.

Elliott says the 17-year-old male driver truncated his car and drove off on October 17 on Windsor Road, Baulkham Hills.

The teenager's father told the Australian that the minister was chasing his son through back streets before he grabbed his arm, which Mr. Elliott strongly denies.

NSW police minister David Elliott has denied that he caught a teenage P-plater & # 39; s arm during a heated argument on a Sydney road, but admits he has told the teenager that he & # 39; worked for the police & # 39;

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NSW police minister David Elliott has denied that he caught a teenage P-plater & # 39; s arm during a heated argument on a Sydney road, but admits he has told the teenager that he & # 39; worked for the police & # 39;

& # 39; I spoke to him on the passenger side. No one touched anyone, & Elliott told the newspaper.

However, he admitted that he blew up & # 39; & # 39; when the youth refused to exchange contact information and his wife swore.

& # 39; He claimed he didn't have to, so I said I work for the police, & # 39; said Mr. Elliott.

& # 39; He didn't believe me so I gave him my business card.

& # 39; He said & # 39; show me your badge & # 39 ;. I said: & # 39; I pay for the badges, I don't get any & # 39 ;. & # 39;

The boy's father said his son called him during the verbal altercation and he heard a man in the background shouting and shouting.

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& # 39; I think that at this time, when anger on the road catches the eye, it is a bad shape by someone in that position to (behave like this), & # 39; said the father.

The Australian reports that NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has spoken to Mr. Elliott about the incident.

The minister said the damage to his car costs between $ 500 and $ 1000 to fix.

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