Man charged after breaking police officer's nose in Sydney
A man has been charged after he broke a police officer's nose and dislocated another's shoulder at a busy train station in Sydney's CBD.
The NSW Police officers were speaking to a woman about an unrelated matter when a man allegedly confronted the them at Central Railway Station about 4pm on Friday.
The 25-year-old was arrested and then allegedly assaulted the officers.
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"An acting sergeant was treated by paramedics for a dislocated shoulder while a senior constable suffered a broken nose," NSW Police said in a statement.
"They have been taken to St Vincent's hospital for further treatment."
The man was charged with two counts of assault police officer in execution of duty – cause actual bodily harm and hinder and resist police in the execution of duty.
He was refused bail and will appear before Parramatta Bail Court today.
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