A man was filmed leaping back to his feet nearly instantly after being tasered by police throughout an arrest on a residential highway.
Footage reveals the man fall to the bottom after an officer fires a taser gun at him on Church Road in Isleworth, West London, on Tuesday.
However in a matter of seconds, the suspect leaps back to his feet earlier than furiously shouting on the officer: ‘You’re going to die!’
He is then tackled to the bottom by 5 officers and arrested on the scene.
The man falls to the bottom after he’s tasered by an officer on Church Road in Isleworth, West London, on Tuesday
The officer fires his taser gun on the man after making an attempt to detain him on the residential highway
During the clip, two officers strategy the man and check out to detain him alongside residential avenue.
A male officer then fires his taser gun on the suspect and shouts: ‘Taser! Taser!’
Within seconds, the man jumps back to his feet because the officer shouts: ‘Do not transfer! Do not transfer!’
However the man stands on the pavement and tells the officer: ‘F*** off you p*** weed. You’re going to die.’
Moments later, sirens are heard blaring within the background because the male officer stands with a baton in his hand and orders the man to get down on the bottom, repeatedly telling him: ‘Get down on the ground! Get down!’
The man jumps back to his feet after being hit by the taser gun as the 2 officers stand back
Moments later, the male police officer stands with a baton in his palms and tells the man to get down
Plain-clothed officers be part of the 2 officers on the scene and circle the man on the road
The 5 officers handle to deal with the man to the bottom and arrest him on the scene
However, the man refuses to hear to the orders and even stands in a battle place, because the police officer swings his baton at him.
With the man refusing to cooperate, three plain-clothed officers then arrive to the scene and help their colleagues in tackling the suspect to the bottom.
The man was arrested on the scene.
MailOnline has contacted the Metropolitan Police for remark.
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