Police review 'customer service' after officer's finger gesture offends Wellington man

Bageshri Savyasachi
Updated January 26 2023 - 1:44pm, first published December 23 2022 - 5:00am
A CCTV image supplied by Giuseppe Greco shows a Wellington police officer displaying his middle finger as he tells Mr Greco that calling him a f****t and flipping him off is not a criminal offence. Picture supplied
A CCTV image supplied by Giuseppe Greco shows a Wellington police officer displaying his middle finger as he tells Mr Greco that calling him a f****t and flipping him off is not a criminal offence. Picture supplied

NSW Police say they are reviewing the "customer service" offered by Wellington officers who told a man that they could not act on his complaints about frequent neighbourhood abuse because someone driving past his house calling him a "f****t" and flipping him off were not criminal offences.

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Bageshri Savyasachi

I am a general reporter with an interest in community stories and issues that need attention. Contact me with general tips and thoughts at bageshri.s@canberratimes.com.au or send confidential tips to bageshri.s@proton.me

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