A policeman in New South Wales stopped a media interaction to make an urgent arrest
Work comes first for New South Wales police officer Winston Woodward. The inspector was addressing the media outside the Albury Police Station on Monday when a drunk man loitering around decided to shout and abuse the officer. Video captured by several media channels shows the cop stopping the press conference to confront the visibly-inebriated man.
The cop walked up to the man and instructed him to empty his beer bottle into the garden. When he refused to cooperate, the cop grabbed his T-shirt and dragged him inside the police station while yelling "come with me".
Inside the station, the troublemaker was issued a fine of 500 Australian dollars and a notice for criminal infringement for offensive language, according to 9 News
.Watch how it all went down here
After the incident, the cop returned to continue his interaction with the media. As for the man, guess he learned his lesson to never abuse a cop again.
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