A man was arrested in Toronto on Saturday after demonstrating anti-racism.
Authorities have not released the name of the man after the protest organizers asked him to leave.
“If I want to put this on my face, I can put this on my face!” Before he is taken into custody the person can be heard saying in the clip.
“You’re F-king disrespectful!” A demonstrator screams again. “You are an insult to everyone who came here.”
The man declared, “I am not trying to be insulting,” but it was clear in the clip that none of the protesters made the request.
The demonstration was one of several that took place Saturday in response to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, which has sparked worldwide protests against police brutality and racism.
Toronto bike police continued to drag the protesters away as they shouted.
The cops first Told Global News He was arrested and charged with breach of the peace, but has since pleaded not guilty to any charges and “investigations are continuing.”