Incredible moment when the man approaches the Taser from a police officer and uses it on an older cop during a dramatic arrest at a train station
- Dramatic arrest of man at a Sydney train station for shocked commuters
- The man grabbed a taser from an NSW police officer and fired it at his colleague
- Male sergeant, 52, suffered a slight wrist injury during the alleged incident
- Man, 50, was charged with a series of violations, including police attacks
Shocking images have appeared of the terrifying moment when a man yanked a police taser and fired at a cop during a dramatic arrest at a Sydney train station.
The 50-year-old man has been charged with a series of crimes following the incident in the south-west of Sydney on Friday afternoon.
Two officers associated with the police transport command spoke to a man and a woman traveling between the Cabramatta and Yennora train stations.
The police claimed that the couple was unable to produce valid Opal cards and that the man was also in violation of an arrested force order.
This is the dramatic moment that a man grabs the taser and fires it at a sergeant
When they were escorted from Yennora on the train, a fight on stage followed when the officers tried to arrest the man while they wrestled him on the ground.
Dramatic images filmed by a bystander let the man's female companion watch, shouting at the officers to stop.
Despite being pinned to the ground, the man manages to grab an officer's taser and shoot it at his colleague, who shouts in pain and falls back. on the sidewalk.
The police claimed that the taser had been fired four times before the man was disarmed.
One of the officers then takes a baton outside and touches the man a number of times while they are waiting for the police backup.
A fight ensued between a man and two officers after being escorted from a train at Yennora
A 52-year-old male sergeant suffered a slight wrist injury during the alleged incident, while a 29-year-old senior agent was not injured.
The Kingswood man was charged with multiple offenses, including two counts of police attack, the use of assault weapons to prevent arrest, resisting or obstructing the police, travel without a valid train ticket, a prohibition / restriction in AVO (domestic), possession of prescribed limited substance and trying to escape from police custody.
He was refused on bail to appear in Parramatta Bail Court on Saturday.
No accusations have been filed against the woman.
A Kingswood man, 50, has been accused of a series of violations, including police attacks
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