In a case of real life feeling like a Brass Eye sketch, a race relations adviser to Bristol police was Tasered in the face by an officer due to mistaken identity. Judah Adunbi, 63, was attempting to enter his home in Easton when he was confronted by a pair of police officers, who demanded his name. Adunbi refused and a scuffle began as he tried to go through a gate, at which point he was Tasered by an officer, causing him to fall to the ground and left with the impression he was going to die. The actions were recorded by neighbours and the officers' body cameras and the incident has been reported to the Independent Police Complaints Commission. Here's what went down:
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