Eyewitness video footage published by the New Zealand Herald on Wednesday shows police officers dragging a naked female protester by her hair before handcuffing and arresting the woman for her participation in an anti-coronavirus vaccine mandate rally in front of the New Zealand parliament building in Wellington.
“Two police officers have been filmed dragging a naked female protester by her hair at Parliament grounds today,” the New Zealand Herald reported on February 9.
“Footage sent to the Herald shows the officers dragging the naked woman from the protest crowd,” the newspaper revealed.
“The woman is pinned to the ground and handcuffed,” the Herald detailed, adding, “She is then partially covered in a white sheet and escorted away.”
The woman was one of 120 people arrested on the grounds of the New Zealand parliament building in Wellington on February 9 for protesting Chinese coronavirus vaccine mandates and restrictions.