WATCH: Philadelphia Cop Arrests Man for Recording Arrest

A video surfaced on Instagram today showing a Philadelphia police officer arresting a man for silently recording them making an arrest from at least ten feet away.

The video is only 14 seconds long which is how long it took for the cop to make his arrest. It is not clear at this time when the incident took place but it’s not anything we’ve never seen before.

The video begins with two Philadelphia police officers arresting a man while another man records without saying a word.

“Can I help you,” one of the cops asks after noticing he is being recorded.

He then storms up to the man who is evidently part of a larger group.

“You want to go in cuffs next?” he says. “How about all you guys?”

He then grabs the man recording and walks him to the police car.

“Here you go, put that on your camera, put that on your camera,” he says.

Then just as the video ends, we can hear him say, “give me your phone.”

We will be updating this as we receive more information. The video was posted on this Instagram channel.

A video surfaced on Instagram today showing a Philadelphia police officer arresting a man for silently recording them making an arrest from at least ten feet away.

The video is only 14 seconds long which is how long it took for the cop to make his arrest. It is not clear at this time when the incident took place but it’s not anything we’ve never seen before.

The video begins with two Philadelphia police officers arresting a man while another man records without saying a word.

“Can I help you,” one of the cops asks after noticing he is being recorded.

He then storms up to the man who is evidently part of a larger group.

“You want to go in cuffs next?” he says. “How about all you guys?”

He then grabs the man recording and walks him to the police car.

“Here you go, put that on your camera, put that on your camera,” he says.

Then just as the video ends, we can hear him say, “give me your phone.”

We will be updating this as we receive more information. The video was posted on this Instagram channel.

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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