First, it's police vs car clampers:
A uniformed police officer has been caught on film using a pair of bolt cutters to try to remove a wheel clamp from an unmarked patrol car.Secondly, it's barristers vs professional victims:
The male officer sprung into action after clampers immobilised the vehicle - being used by a plainclothes female officer - and refused to remove the clamp.
The WPC parked her car illegally near he Pheasant pub in Ashford, Kent, after being called out to investigate a 'minor crime'.
But within minutes of parking her car, it was clamped by workers for Parking Control Services (PCS).
Mr Challenger was in the middle of asking Mr Lacome-Shaw to stop Mr Oraki and his friends from 'threatening' him, or he’ll 'deal with them himself' when Mr Oraki walked towards him pointing his finger, throwing abuse.
The exasperated barrister, who is from Lamb Chambers, got up, walked towards Mr Oraki, allegedly put his hands to the top of his chest and pushed him out the door before bolting it.
His wife, who was still in the room, shouted: 'He’s assaulted my husband' and called the police minutes later.
When police arrived at the scene, in the Thomas More building of the High Court, Mr Challenger tried to walk away.
But a policeman arrested him for common assault and put him in handcuffs, before marching him out of the High Court minutes later.