The police arrested a man on Thursday morning who was standing in front of an office with an iron bar. He threatened the office staff. The man refused to cooperate with his arrest.

    When officers arrived, he first sat in his car and immediately closed the door and windows. When he was removed from his car, he was still resisting. Officers therefore used a stun gun. “Unfortunately, that had no effect,” the police said. He was eventually arrested on the ground.

    The iron bar was found in his car. This has been confiscated. According to the police, the man smelled of alcohol, but he refused to submit to a blood test. His driver’s license has been taken away. The man is suspected of threatening, resisting, insulting several officials in office, threatening police officers, driving under the influence and refusing to cooperate with the blood test.