Anti-gang Enforcer & Raptor 13 & # 39; He has been captured by the camera when he turns off a truck driver as he argues passionately that a defect notice has been issued.
The sheriff, whose real name is Andrew Murphy, seems to stop the driver on a main road in Auburn, in western Sydney, for a routine inspection.
The images capture the sensible policeman who climbs to the front of the truck and gives a warning to the windshield for a "non-conforming" front passenger seat.
"That is a default tag partner, it can not be eliminated by anyone other than an authorized officer," says agent Murphy.
While Murphy continues to inspect the rest of the truck, the driver begins to retaliate and asks, "Why are you going so hard? There's nothing wrong with the truck."
"The empty trucks," he protests, before accusing the officer of "pressing him."
Finally, after telling the driver of the truck several times to remain silent, Agent Murphy loses his temper.
"Shut up and let me explain this to you, the more you talk, the more time you spend sitting here and the less time you have to get home," he says.
"You have an hour to get this vehicle off the road and after that time you can not drive the vehicle: it has been cleared at the heavy vehicle inspection station in Wetherill Park or in a similar one."
Murphy continues to explain that as the driver's front passenger seat does not meet the regulations of & # 39; Australian design & # 39; required, you must go to an inspection at an installation approved by Roads and Maritime Services (RMS).
The altercation continues when it is discovered that the driver of the truck also has an expired registration tag, which results in Raptor 13 issuing another fine.
Caught in the camera at Auburn earlier this week, the video shows Officer & # 39; Raptor 13 & # 39; climbing up in front of a truck and slapping a warning on the windshield
Published online, the video has attracted a mixed reaction from social media viewers.
"With so many accidents involving defective trucks, he is doing what is required, he was not giving the boy problems, I think, and yes, they still give labels for heavy vehicles, even if it's good, lol," wrote one person.
Others felt that Murphy's approach seemed too severe.
"Who do you think are yelling and telling people to shut up?" Wrote another.
"I would have lost my sh ** at that time."
Daily Mail Australia has contacted the NSW police for further comments.
Murphy explains that as the driver's front passenger seat does not comply with the required regulations and that he has to go to an inspection in an installation approved by RMS (Roads and Maritime Services)
The agent, who is understood to be part of an elite militarized police unit facing the violent bikie gangs, has earned a reputation as one of the most complete policemen in New South Wales.
Previously they had seen him appear in the camera throwing a motorcyclist's license on the ground, apparently driving a woman away, refusing to show a driver his speed radar and holding a metal pole in the head of a man.
The images obtained by Daily Mail Australia show that the officer found a metal breaker bar (used to change the wheel nuts) on the front of a driver's Nissan 200SX on Boxing Day 2015.
The driver claimed that Murphy then demonstrated how it could be used as a weapon, and the images reveal the moment he held the heavy bar in the man's head, although nothing else happened.
Daily Mail Australia does not claim that the agent involved has violated any law and that the agent is not being investigated.
More recently, the images appeared to show that he pushed a motorcyclist, confronted a group of men at the funeral of a murdered bikie boss and allegedly placed defect notices on every car inside an auto body shop.
Police Raptor 13 has been captured by the camera on several occasions, including one in which he seemed to throw a motorcyclist's license on the ground
The policeman has also been photographed holding a metal pole in the head of a driver during a routine stop