Police in Portland, Oregon were seen this week tackling a protester who was riding a bicycle.
Video of the incident was shared on Twitter on Thursday.
The video, which was posted by KATU's Dan McCarthy, shows three officers running toward the cyclist as he rides near Lownsdale Square. One officer uses his body as a projectile, knocking the man off the bicycle.
According to McCarthy, the protester was arrested. Details of the arrest were not immediately available.
The incident comes as police cleared protesters in Lownsdale Square Park and Chapman Square. At least five arrests were made during the action, McCarthy said.
Watch the video below.
WATCH - Portland Police officers knock a protester off of his bicycle and arrest him outside of Lownsdale Square Pa… https://t.co/sv3uam5X1z— Dan McCarthy (@Dan McCarthy) 1594904562.0
Protesters in Lownsdale Square Park and Chapman Square in Portland were cleared out and told to stay out of the str… https://t.co/OT4D26GZ0u— Dan McCarthy (@Dan McCarthy) 1594907693.0
@DanMcKATU Thank you for capturing this. So people can really see how messed up PPB is. We will abolish them!— Olivia (@Olivia) 1594907984.0
@DanMcKATU Portland Police are violently attacking people with no justification. They are arresting journalists and… https://t.co/SXjtzPCxI5— Find What You Love & Let It Kill You ☂️ (@Find What You Love & Let It Kill You ☂️) 1594913373.0
@DanMcKATU And the Portland police wonder why we want to defund (demilitarize) them. They have been out of hand for… https://t.co/eX30AqECO2— BarTGila ♏ (@BarTGila ♏) 1594913600.0