BTP have mentioned the incident will likely be “reviewed by a senior officer”.
The boy appeared in court docket yesterday charged with assaulting a woman in Peterborough earlier than hopping on the prepare to Kings Cross at 11pm on Sunday.
One man mentioned he was threatened with pepper spray which an officer was brandishing after pushing one other youth who was filming to the bottom and shouting ‘Get again’.
The member of the general public continues filming and approaches the officer saying “Hey massive man, what’s your quantity” he then will get pushed once more.
The officers could be seen in one other video pinning the boy’s arm behind his again as he screams: “Please, please don’t bend it. Have a look at my wrist, take a look at my wrist.”
The movies had been broadly circulated on Twitter.
A person who shot the video informed The Commonplace: “I used to be nervous as a result of he was beginning to sound in agony, they eliminated the cuffs as a result of he was complaining of ache and he began crying which they ignored and continued.
“I used to be a bit of nervous due to how his arm was bending and so they had been asking him to roll over at one level whereas one of many officers had their body weight all on his legs.
“I felt their actions had been excessive. I don’t imagine that they helped the state of affairs with brute drive. At one level the officer had his knee over the person’s crotch.
“He introduced out the pepper spray after he pushed a person down who hadn’t moved. I did at one level really feel like he was going to pepper spray the neighborhood.”
A spokesperson for BTP mentioned: “A 16-year-old boy appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Courtroom yesterday (Could 4) charged with assault, possession of sophistication B managed drug and breach of bail.
“The fees relate to a report of a younger man assaulting a woman at Peterborough station at round 3.45pm, earlier than boarding a prepare to Kings Cross.
“The service was met by officers shortly after 11pm and a younger man was arrested. He was remanded in police custody to look at Westminster Magistrates Courtroom.
“We’re conscious of a video on social media displaying a part of an arrest. This can now be reviewed by a senior officer and the total circumstances examined and assessed.”