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VIDEO: Worker tells police officer to 'get the f*** out' of Polish cafe packed

VIDEO: Worker tells police officer to 'get the f*** out' of Polish cafe packed

A police officer is told to 'get the f*** out' of a Polish cafe packed with '100 lockdown-flouting customers' before he appears to punch a member of staff who allegedly resisted arrest.

Police were called to the Kate & Luc Cafe in Burnage, Manchester, on Sunday, after the owners defied Covid orders to shut its doors.

Video footage first emerged yesterday of an officer appearing to assault a member of staff outside the premises.

Now another video shows the inside of the Polish cafe during the incident, where two officers were seen speaking to a staff member as '100 people' - neither wearing masks nor socially distanced - sat eating at tables inside.

In the clip, the worker is seen talking with the officers as crowds of customers film the discussion on their phones.

The man then opens the door and tells them 'get the f*** out', to the sound of chants and jeers from onlookers.

Outside the front of the cafe, the man and the officer then start to grapple as another man yells: 'What's going on here? Why are you beating him up? What are you doing?'

On the street, the pair of officers were surrounded by scores of the cafe customers who were shouting at them as they were arresting the staff member.


Footage then appears to show one of the police officers punching the man. The cafe worker has since been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer.

Greater Manchester Police have since said they are aware of the footage 'involving a man who appears to be struck by a police officer'.

'This incident happened whilst a 38-year-old man was being arrested on suspicion of assault of an emergency worker and resisting arrest,' the force said in a statement. 

He remains in custody for questioning.'

The police officers had been responding to reports of a cafe flouting coronavirus lockdown rules 'with approximately 100 people present'.

A number of people have since been fined.


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