Police have come under fire for saying officers had kicked a “yellow object” in a video of a suspect being arrested. Photo: Facebook Police have come under fire for saying officers had kicked a “yellow object” in a video of a suspect being arrested. Photo: Facebook
Police have come under fire for saying officers had kicked a “yellow object” in a video of a suspect being arrested. Photo: Facebook

Hong Kong police slammed for ‘kicking man in an alley and referring to him as a yellow object when questioned’ in online post by self-proclaimed family member

  • Uproar centres on clips that critics say show police kicking detainee after he was subdued in back alley, but force denies this
  • Police initially denied that a person was visible in the video, saying the man was a ‘yellow object’, but footage from other people suggests otherwise

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police have come under fire for saying officers had kicked a “yellow object” in a video of a suspect being arrested. Photo: Facebook Police have come under fire for saying officers had kicked a “yellow object” in a video of a suspect being arrested. Photo: Facebook
Police have come under fire for saying officers had kicked a “yellow object” in a video of a suspect being arrested. Photo: Facebook
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