“I’LL WIPE YOUR PIGGY B*STARD NOSE OFF!” Police Officer ‘Attacked’ Detaining Man in Bolton 


A POLICE officer was punched and later threatened with having his “piggy nose” wiped off and his “throat slit” as he detained a man in Bolton, England. 

In shock footage posted on social media, the man – who cannot be named for legal reasons – told a Police officer he would “wipe off his piggy b*stard nose” off and “slit his throat”. 

Whilst the man, who has a string of convictions, was being detained by FIVE coppers for allegedly threatening someone who “owed him money” – the male was asked by a female cop if he had any bladed weapons on him. 

He repsponded: “Yea, i’ve got one in my pocket … I’ve got a Stanley Knife… I’ll slice your throat!” 

“Do you know when I get out of this and you turn up at court.. I’m gonna slice your face” added the male being apprehended. 

“You little f*cking bastard” 

“Put that on me charge sheet yea!” 

“[NAME REDACTED FOR LEGAL REASONS] is gonna wipe your piggy b*stard nose off” 

He was later taken to the cells and is expected to appear in court soon. 

WATCH: MAN THREATENS COP 

The incident which occurred in the Farnworth area of Bolton shows the abuse Police officers face daily across the UK. 

An ex-copper told Politicalite that the incident was “nothing out of the blue” and said that brave coppers across the UK face such threats on a daily basis.” 

“It’s part of the job,” said the source who reviewed the footage for Politicalite. 

According to figures obtained by Sky News Police officers in the UK have seen a rise in violence with approximately 28 attacks a day occurring on officers as a crime epidemic sweeps the UK.

All recorded assaults on officers have risen by around 18% in the 12 months to March 2019 compared to the preceding year.

Officers were victims of 10,399 alleged assaults that caused injuries last year, which is up 32% from 7,903 recorded in 2015-16, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

There were a further 20,578 reported assaults on front line officers who were not injured in the attacks.

Greater Manchester Police declined to comment on the video. 

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