Two officers were injured while trying to subdue a man at Moorooka. Photo: Tom ThreadinghamTwo officers were left battered and bruised after allegedly being repeatedly punched during a violent struggle with a man at Moorooka, on Brisbane’s southside, on Saturday night.
Officers attended an Ellen Street residence about 9.30pm when they attempted to speak to a man.
They allege the man became agitated and highly aggressive, punching both officers when they attempted to arrest him.
At one point an officer was held in a headlock while being punched, and the other officer was punched and scratched about the face. A taser was deployed, but the probes missed the man.
A violent struggle continued with both officers again being punched. At one point the man again grabbed an officer around the head before crashing head-first through a pantry door, causing both of them to fall to the ground.
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