In nasty footage captured in Bankstown, west Sydney On Monday, the man can be seen launching a fierce attack on two female police officers. Sydney police said the man was seen standing in the street and officers called for them to move forward, prompting the attack. Strong coronavirus emergency shutdown Restrictions are currently in place in New South Wales.
The video shows the man, dressed in a red blouse and light pants, repeatedly kneeling, kicking and punching the policewoman in the chest while she is pinned against a wall.
The attacker continues to deliver a flurry of blows to the woman’s head as she desperately tries to take cover.
His colleague had also been kicked in the chest and beaten by the attacker moments before. She is seen frantically calling for help as she watches the assault unfold.
The man then appears to lose his balance and ends up falling to the ground before quickly fleeing.
The assaulted policewoman tries to recover while a member of the public pursues the attacker.
Sydney police said a 43-year-old man was later arrested on suspicion of assault and violation of lockdown rules before allegedly attacking a third male officer at the police station where he was detained.
The three policemen required hospital treatment for the horrendous attacks.
The violent scenes come as Australians in New South Wales, where Sydney is located, enter their twelfth week of hardline lockdown restrictions as authorities try to prevent the spread of the Delta variant.
Citizens are prohibited from leaving their homes unless they have a “reasonable excuse,” as the region imposes draconian lockdown restrictions despite growing public backlash.
People are also prohibited from gathering in public spaces as authorities worry about variant transmission despite recording a small number of cases.
It occurs when the state has announced a roadmap to freedom. It is based on the number of adults who have been fully vaccinated. The first major easing will come when 70 percent take a double hit, and the second easing when the figure reaches 80 percent.
About 46 percent of adults in NSW are fully vaccinated, meaning that if vaccinations continue at the current rate, Australians should see the first restrictions lowered in mid-October.
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Sydney’s lockdown chaos comes as Australian Labor MP Daniel Andrews vowed to “exclude” people from the country’s healthcare system if they choose not to take a coup.
Speaking at a press conference on Sunday 5 September, Victoria’s prime minister said that those who choose to skip the jab will not be able to “participate” in what he called a “vaccinated economy.”
The strong comments come as Australians have faced a series of strict regulations on coronavirus in recent months, causing chaos in cities across the country in August.
The strict restrictions included a test for a facial recognition app that notifies authorities if a person isolates themselves in the correct location. The ministers have also considered plans to quarantine the “villages” as possible options in the years to come.
Australia has reported 1,098 coronavirus deaths since the pandemic outbreak, while there have been 75,324 infections in the country.