Staff at Alfresco restaurant in Kings Road had called police at about 6.30pm when a man standing outside began exposing himself.Wow, back to Diversity Re-education Camp for you, Alexandra! How dare you imply that women aren't just as capable as men?
General manager Alexandra Lewis said: “He was about six foot five.
“We were surprised it was two female officers who went over initially.
“He was fighting with the air for about an hour before they arrived.”
When the two officers arrived they tried to arrest the man but both were punched./facepalm
One needed treatment for whiplash after he swung her by her hair.
Still, don't worry, ladies! There's backup available, right?Really? Sounds to me as if, without that help from the public that you grudgingly acknowledge, they'd have got their a***s kicked. Even more than they already did.
Drivers got out of their cars to help the officers before the PCs felled their attacker with pepper spray.No doubt the passers-by will get something for their trouble?
With the help of passers-by the women managed to subdue the man with Captor pepper spray and leg restraints.
A passer-by who stepped in to help was also accidentally sprayed with the Captor spray.OK. That wasn't quite what I meant...
Detective Chief Inspector Nev Kemp, of Sussex Police, said: “I am immensely proud of my officers because they were making an arrest and protecting the public from a dangerous individual.
“Despite facing violence and being assaulted they were able to hang on to him, with some help from the public, and detain him.”
Still, never mind. Just so long as you have a nicely diverse collection of officers of different shapes and sizes and colours, eh? Just don't ask them all to meet the same standard of fitness, whatever you do...