Shocking moment a 15 year old schoolboy & # 39; pins a police officer and turns him into a CHOKEHOLD & # 39; when the teen's friends bail him out
- The 15-year-old allegedly verbally abused the police officer and put him in a chokehold
- The officer went to a car accident at a public high school in Queensland
- He has since been accused of blocking a police officer and serious mistreatment
A 15-year-old schoolboy from Queensland is said to have locked a police officer in a chokehold while attending a nearby car accident.
Images taken at a public high school in Queensland on June 14 show different students walking around and laughing while the boy and the policeman fall on the concrete sidewalk.
Reportedly, the boy locked the policeman in a chokehold while another male student laughed and said: & # 39; Take out a buyer. & # 39;
On images from another phone, a group of girls can be heard laughing while the police officer and the boy fall to the ground.
The Queensland police claim the boy had sworn against two officers attending the nearby crash.
The police officer then tried to restrain the boy by the arm before the alleged attack.
Queensland Police confirmed that they were suing the student after the incident.
& # 39; A 15-year-old boy is charged with one count of blocking a police officer and one count of serious abuse police, & # 39; said the police statement.
& # 39; He will be treated in accordance with the provisions of the Youth Justice Act. & # 39;
A Ministry of Education spokesperson said they were aware of the incident and that the student had been treated in the school's Responsible Behavior Plan, 7News reports.
& # 39; This was an isolated incident and [the school] does not tolerate violence and anti-social behavior. & # 39;
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the school for comments.
A 15-year-old schoolboy from Queensland is said to have locked a police officer in a chokehold while attending a nearby car accident
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