A "disturbing" video shows the moment a young woman was arrested at a university campus...
What was 'disturbing' about it, then?
The University of Sussex has raised concerns with Sussex Police after the "young woman of colour" ...
...was arrested at the campus in Falmer during the early hours of Thursday.
Footage appears to show the woman being forcefully held against the side of a police car by an officer, as he handcuffed her.
Well, yes, no doubt. People often resist arrest. Surely university staff know that?
The force said they had been called by university security staff who reported a gathering of about 60 people at student accommodation on campus.
Wait, you yourselves called the cops? Then started whining when they turned up and did their job?
A spokesman for Sussex Police said the video clips "do not show the full circumstances of the entire incident", and that two officers had been assaulted after a small group had "become hostile" when officers asked the gathering to disperse.
Seems plausible. So, why the extraordinary reaction of the university staff?
A University of Sussex spokesperson said: “We are very concerned about this incident, both in terms of the young woman concerned and the effect on good community relations.
"Yesterday, we immediately shared the video with Sussex Police to discuss our serious concerns as a matter of urgency and we remain in close contact. It is important Sussex Police are reviewing this, alongside additional footage of the incident, and it will be important to understand the full circumstances.
"The welfare of all our students is our utmost priority and we are committed to this. If anyone is directly affected by these issues, please contact the Student Life Centre.”
And we wonder why young people are whining, entitled snowflakes with no idea that actions have consequences...