A police public interview in Australia took a capturing turn

A police public interview in Australia took a capturing turn 


A police public interview in Australia took a capturing turn Wednesday when the speaker - a senior investigator - all of a sudden dashed after a suspect and handled him to the ground. 


Investigator Sergeant Daren Edwards was tending to the push on the grass of a police headquarters on Queensland's Sunshine Coast when he heard the frenzy of a man being pursued by a furious dad. 


"He's been wrong to my girl!" The dad cried as Edwards, a previous rugby class player, rushed toward the suspect and felled him with a well-planned handle. 

"I dropped the shoulder and handled him," Edwards later disclosed to nearby media, nursing a slight slice to his head. 

The suspect, who recognized himself as "Laszlo", was in the long run limited and cuffed by a few officers, while crying "Argh! Argh! Help me!" 

"I didn't do anything... I didn't utter a word to her! I just turned out from the court!" he said as nearby news groups looked on. 

A 39-year-old was later accused of unlawful stalking. 

The 19-year-elderly person told 9News: "He just inquired as to whether I was single, saying that I was excellent, and he was going to get me stuff. I just instructed him to leave and I wasn't intrigued." 

The man had before interfered with a similar public interview to whine about the police, inciting Edwards to issue a prophetic counter: "You'll get your day in court."

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