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 See the moment Nigerian man spat blood into policewoman

The minute a Nigerian man spat blood into the eyes of a female policeman after being arrested in the , was recorded by bodycam.

Temisan Oritsejafor introduced the sickening attack on PC Annie Napier as she apprehended him after he attacked his neighbours.

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In the video shared by the West Midlands Police on Friday, 41-year-old Temisan?? Oritsejafor was recorded getting handcuffed at a block of flats in Coventry on April 18 prior to he spat at PC Annie Napier. A male officer then gets him in a headlock and battles him to the flooring.

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 See the moment Nigerian man spat blood into policewoman


A noticeably upset PC Napier can later on be seen informing associates, ‘he got me in my eye, I’m alright, I’m simply stressed over coronavirus’ while they attempt to comfort her.


The force stated in a statement that spit with blood went into the action officer’s eye, however in spite of the easy to understand security issues about Covid-19, she kept her professionalism and has actually the good news is suffered no ill-effects.


Oritsejafor, who struggles with schizophrenia and is bipolar, was arrested in Attoxhall Road, Wyken. He was currently on bail for attacking another officer simply weeks previously, police stated.


He has actually considering that pleaded guilty to 2 counts of attack on an emergency situation employee and an additional charge of attack.


The 41-year-old has actually been remanded in custody ahead of sentencing at Warwick Crown Court at a later date, and now deals with “a significant prison term”, West Midlands Police stated.


Commenting on the case, PC Napier stated: “As frontline officers, we understand that we put ourselves in prospective risk, however we now deal with the included threat of Covid-19 infection, which then likewise puts our households at threat.


“It’s a shock when somebody spits in your face and really undesirable, so I’m delighted the force and the courts take these attacks so seriously.”


Superintendent Jenny Skryme included: “It is repulsive and inappropriate to spit at anyone, however a lot more so an essential employee who is putting themselves at threat to keep people safe and capture crooks.


“Our officers are fearlessly and consistently on the cutting edge in spite of the easy to understand security issues throughout the nation.


“This kind of attack on our personnel is awful and shouldn’t, and won’t, be endured.”


Watch the video listed below. 


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