Hundred HK Riot Police Encircle Protesting Residents in Kowloon Bay to Make Arrests and Take Photos of Civilians

February 16 | In Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, hundred riot police encircled protesting residents in to make arrests and took photos of civilians. At least one citizen was arrested.

Some pro-government residents provoked the protestors, entering in an argument. Riot police suddenly dashed out and used pepper-spray on the protestors to disperse them.

Later, about a hundred riot police arrived at the scene. Some officers used torches with strong beams on citizens and journalists.

During the police operation, some citizens fell off the ground. First-aiders rushed to provide medical aid to the victims.

A police pointed his pepper spray right at the face of an unarmed citizen.

A St.John Ambulance car left the scene.

Other riot police took photos of citizens from their vehicles.

Source: Rthk; Apple Daily

Contributor: GM02

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