Footage shared exclusively with Daily Mail Australia shows the New South Wales Police officer repeatedly refuse to give his name to biker Gurkan Topal.
The cop, who gives his name only as 'Raptor 13', is later seen dropping Mr Topal's licence on the floor in front of him - an act the motorcyclist claims was deliberate.
He eventually goes to gives the motorcyclist's licence back, but drops it onto the ground in front of Mr Topal instead of handing it to him.'He flicked my licence onto the floor,' Mr Topal said. He said sorry.'He should talk to me like a normal person, treat me with respect and not talk to me like I'm an animal.
Mr Topal told Daily Mail Australia that he offered to pull into a quieter road than the busy intersection he was stopped on, but was quickly admonished by the police officer.'He got out and said, "When I tell you to pull over you pull over now",' Mr Topal said.'I asked him to treat me properly, to treat me like a normal person.He disrespected me.'Mr Topal, who works in online marketing, claimed the officer grabbed his helmet out of his hands to see if it was defective.Mr Topal started filming the incident on his mobile phone, with his footage showing the policeman confronting him, alongside four other officers he called in as back-up.The video shows him and the officer arguing and the policeman failing to provide his name despite Mr Topal asking for it six times.It is not clear whether the officer was legally required to reveal the speed gun reading on Wednesday.
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A policeman has been caught on camera appearing to throw a motorcyclist's licence on the ground, just days after footage emerged of the same officer refusing to let a 'speeding' driver see his radar.
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