Captors force alleged vandals to dance





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Uploaded on Sep 7, 2010

A pair of alleged vandals were captured by a New Zealand couple and forced to dance on camera until police arrived.

The two young men had allegedly sprayed graffiti tags on a fence at the home in Whangarei on Thursday night last week.

The next day a couple who live at the home tracked them down and forced them to come back to their house where they called the police.

While they waited for police to arrive, the couple took out a video camera and forced the men to dance for at least ten minutes.

"You f--- with us we'll f--- with you twice as hard," a woman is heard saying on the video, which was originally posted to YouTube but has since been removed.

It was not clear how the couple managed to capture the teens or whether a weapon was involved.

The man filming the incident, who has been identified only as Izzy, told 3News.co.nz that when police showed up at the house they burst out laughing.

Four other officers were allegedly called in to watch the performance.

Whangarei police have now released a statement saying they are investigating the incident and the actions of the police involved.

One of the alleged taggers has been charged with willful damage.


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