The man who was seen in a viral video being assaulted by the Police says he was later charged with resisting arrest and assaulting an officer. 

The incident happened in Denham Town on Sunday. 

The man, 24 year old Romaine Abrahams, says it started when Police came knocking on his door early in the morning. 

He says one of the officers threatened to hit him with a gun. 

Mr Abrahams says the officers told him they would take him to the Police post and charge him with an offence. 

He says he complied. 

Mr Abrahams says he was was later charged. 

In the meantime, Assistant Commissioner of the Independent Commission of Investigations, INDECOM, Hamish Campbell, says the incident is a case study on the controlling effects of video-recording on police officers. 

He’s calling on witnesses, including members of the force, to come forward with information. 

Mr Campbell says he doubts the officers involved have been removed from front-line duty. 

Hamish Campbell, Assistant Commissioner of INDECOM, speaking last evening on Nationwide @ 5