Another New Yorker has been caught on video dousing police with water in Queens.
Surveillance images show the man randomly crossing the street and walking to two NYPD traffic officers on July 24.
He sees a bottle of water spraying on both officers at 86th Street and Jamaica Avenue.
The man seems to record the officers' reaction before he runs away.
Authorities are now on the hunt for the suspect involved in the incident, which is the fifth separate case in the last few weeks in which civilians are prowling officers in water.
Another New Yorker (right) has been caught on video dousing police (left) with water in Queens, making this the fifth incident in recent weeks when civilians flush officers in water
Surveillance images show the man randomly crossing the street and walking to two NYPD traffic officers on July 24. He then sees a bottle of water spraying on both officers at 86th Street and Jamaica Avenue
The man seems to record the officers' reaction before he runs away. Authorities are now on the hunt for the suspect involved in the incident, which is the fifth separate case in recent weeks in which citizens have soaked officers in water
On Wednesday, the day after the video was released, the legislator announced a new bill that would give perpetrators possible prison sentences.
Several members of the meeting gathered for a press conference to address the multiple incidents and announce the introduction of legislation that would criminalize & threatening a law enforcement officer as a crime & # 39 ;.
According to assembler Mike Reilly, this law is & # 39;in particular, would prohibit throwing water or any other substance at a duty police or peace officer on duty & # 39 ;.
& # 39; It comes down to our men and women in blue putting their lives at risk every day to protect the people in this city, and we owe it to them to be protected while they do their work, & # 39; Reilly said in a Facebook post.
The legislators have expressed concern about the buckets of water that become buckets of acid or possibly gasoline.
Last week, the NYPD Sergeant Union chief demanded police commissioner James P. O & Neill resigned after the fourth video was released in which young people threw water at police officers.
The Sergeants Benevolent Association made their claim while sharing a video showing small children and teenagers extinguishing two officers with buckets of water and water guns.
Last week the Sergeants Benevolent Association released the fourth video with teenagers and children throwing water at two police officers in a park
& # 39; Defend yourself before you get seriously injured or killed & # 39 ;, according to the Thursday post of the SBA. & # 39; These buckets can contain SOUR, BLEACH or other CHEMICALS. Get exposure numbers. O & # 39; KNEEL MUST GO, take the CLOWNS with you! & # 39;
Police officers in the video could be seen as they held their hands up while being blasted with water, but laughed – suggesting that they were not caused by the child's actions
& # 39; Defend yourself before you get seriously injured or killed & # 39 ;, report the July 25 of the SBA mention.
& # 39; These buckets can contain SOUR, BLEACH or other CHEMICALS. Get exposure numbers. O & # 39; KNEEL MUST GO, take the CLOWNS with you! & # 39;
Police officers in the video could be seen as they held their hands up while being blasted with water, but laughed – suggesting that they were not so caused by the child's actions.
It is unknown where exactly the video was filmed, but it was initially shared by someone with the Instagram handle @ Harlem4real.
That was the fourth – and least worrying – video of the incidents showing that law enforcement is getting soaked.
But the SBA has demanded that Police Commissioner James P. O & # 39; Neill (photo) subtract after the emergence of the fourth video last Thursday
It came after the NYPD announced it would consider the indictment of the husband of a captain of the city department of Correction, who argued that the police would be killed instead of water being thrown on it.
Rashid Stanley, a Transit inspector, went to his joint Facebook page to report that people were upset that the police were flooded with water.
& # 39; How easily people forget. You are very upset because some pigs throw water on them, & Stanley wrote on the page, according to the New York Daily News.
& # 39; All innocent black men and women killed by the hands of these pigs. You forgot & # 39; Eric Gardner & # 39; (sic) killer just left with murder, on camera! It is time to shoot back !!! Police officers stand up !!!! & # 39;
Police sources say that the man can be charged with the post and that he can be charged with making terrorist threats.
Three men who were detained for throwing water at officers have since been released and only receive charges.
Isaiah Scott and Chad Bowden, 23 and 28, were accused of criminal mischief and harassment for their stunt in Harlem, destroying the cell phone of a police officer, the New York Post reports.
Courtney Thompson, the allegedly member of the Crips gang, placed $ 3,500 bail to get out of prison for charges related to his July 20 incident.
A third clip appeared online last Wednesday afternoon and shows crowds cheering for what two on-duty female officers in uniform seem to be on a street corner.
On Wednesday, a shocking video appeared in which two female police officers on duty were topped with buckets of water and attacked with water guns
The group of people screams and laughs as they run to the officers, armed with buckets of water and water guns to water while they are working
This is the third video this week that has been circulated on social media with attacks from water leaders on NYPD officers, causing indignation among law enforcement officials
The Sergeants Benevolent Association shared the video on Twitter on Wednesday, where it went viral and raised the alarm about the safety of NYPD officers
Three people with buckets of water and several people with toy water guns cross the street to approach the two officers and soak them with water, causing the officers to run away.
In the clip, the crowd seems excited and howled when they dump the buckets of water on the officers.
It is not clear in which part of the city the incident took place.
At the end of the clip, a woman hears the police harassing and saying: & # 39; Wipe that **. & # 39;
The SBA also shared that video on Twitter, where it went viral and raised the alarm about the safety of NYPD officers.
& # 39; NYPD agents are in DANGER! Another video of water containers that are thrown away. O & # 39; Neill has to go before we kill another cop! & # 39; the SBA said, NYPD Commissioner O & ne 39 slamming Neill because he could not have prevented such attacks on police officers.
The third video only appeared two days after two other viral videos were circulating on social media in which people splashed officers with buckets of water in separate incidents in Harlem and Brooklyn.
Last Monday several video & # 39; s appeared on social media showing groups of smashing teenagers and other New Yorkers with liters of water in separate incidents in Harlem and Brooklyn
The two officers continue to arrest even if one of them is hit in the back of the head by a red bucket in Harlem
The officers then see the man put in the back of his patrol car
The NYPD shared this image on Twitter last Monday and asked for help in identifying these men who were involved in the water aging incident in Harlem
Harlem and Brooklyn video & # 39; s on Monday caused indignation at the local police and led to three arrests.
Cortney Thompson, 28, was arrested Wednesday in connection with the Brooklyn water bath attack and is accused of obstructing government administration, criminal nuisance, tampering with evidence, disorderly conduct, and harassment, sources said.
Chad Bowden, 28, and Isiah Scott, 23, were arrested Wednesday in connection with the Harlem incident.
They are accused of criminal calamity, harassment and disorderly conduct.
On Wednesday, the NYPD confirmed that they were arresting a 28-year-old man in connection with Monday's water-killing incidents, identifying him as a well-known gang member.
In the Harlem video on water, a group of young people are seen running on the street spraying passerbys with buckets of water.
In the meantime, several teenagers were seen in Brooklyn who submerged two other officers in water. It is unclear whether the officers were looking for someone when they were flooded with water (right)
As they walked in a different direction, a male teenager was seen throwing the bucket of water at one of the policemen
Mayor Bill De Blasio went to Twitter to condemn the lack of respect for the NYPD
A police vehicle then arrives on the scene and the young people begin spraying the squad car.
Another fragment of the same Harlem incident shows two officers arresting a man in a white tank top and young people throwing buckets of water at the officers while they fascinate him.
The viral video from Brooklyn shows two officers infused with water by different teenagers throwing buckets of water.
At one point the officers walk to a store and a child runs behind an officer and dumps a bucket of water on his head.
On Wednesday, Mayor Bill De Blasio condemned the attacks on the police and praised the NYPD for the arrests they have made so far.
& # 39; Thanks to New York & # 39; s Finest for their speed and professionalism in this arrest. We are the safest big city in America thanks to the tireless efforts of our NYPD officers. We are there today and always, & he tweeted.
On Monday, he called the attacks & # 39; completely unacceptable & # 39; and said: & # 39; We will not tolerate this kind of disrespect. & # 39;
& # 39; NYPD police officers are courageously confronted with unknown and sometimes hostile circumstances every time they answer a call. Yet, professional and composed, they perform their vital work. As city and PD we never accept such a lack of respect & # 39 ;, tweeted police commissioner James P. O & # 39; Neill Wednesday.
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