Bryn Hutchinson has accused police of brutality after they took him to the bottom following Sydney Mardi Gras parade on Oxford Road in 2013 (Image: Fb)
An Australian man is suing Sydney police for alleged assault and battery throughout Mardi Gras 2013.
Bryn Hutchinson recalled the second when a Sydney police officer punched him after he was wrestled to the bottom.
Sydney’s Downing Centre District Court docket additionally heard how Police restrained the person’s little sister after which gave the younger lady a ‘ticket’ for swearing in public.
The person is suing the Sydney police pressure for assault, battery, false imprisonment and malicious prosecution over the incident, which came about on Oxford Road crossing.
Sydney police allegedly used brutality
Hutchinson, a homosexual rights activist, claims his head was punched into the pavement in ‘an unwarranted and extreme assault’.
He’s suing for an estimated $275,000 AUD (£155,100) experiences SBS Information.
Hutchinson was charged with assaulting and resisting an officer over the incident however a choose later dismissed the costs.
Constable Lee Jennings informed that one other officer struck the 37-year-old twice as he tried to cross Oxford Road after the parade completed.
‘That’s a hammer a strike’
Jennings claims that Sergeant Jeffrey Ludkin was on the bottom, who punched Hutchinson on the leg twice.
Constable Jennings described the punch ‘as a hammer strike’ to the courtroom.
The courtroom then heard how Jennings allegedly held Hutchinson’s sister Katie again, whereas she was mentioned to be shouting ‘that’s my brother’.
‘She was intoxicated. I might scent it on her,’ Jennings mentioned earlier than the courtroom.
The listening to continues.