Policewoman breaks down in tears after thug spits BLOOD in her eye

Moment policewoman breaks down in tears after handcuffed covidiot thug, 41, spits BLOOD in her eye as she arrests him in horrific bodycam video

  • Temisan Oritsejafor spat on PC as she detained him after he assaulted neighbour
  • The 41-year-old was on bail at the time for a previous assault on a police officer 
  • Zeb Fitts, 25, has been jailed for eight months after spitting at two NHS nurses 

Bodycam footage has captured the moment a thug spat blood in a female police officer’s eye as he was being arrested.

Temisan Oritsejafor launched the sickening attack on PC Annie Napier as she detained him after he assaulted his neighbour.

Police video shows the 41-year-old spitting at the officer while he was being handcuffed at his flat in Wyken, Coventry, on April 18.

Oritsejafor was on bail at the time for a previous assault on a police officer. 

In a separate case today, 25-year-old Zeb Fitts was jailed for eight months after he spat at two NHS nurses as they tried to treat him. 

Temisan Oritsejafor launched the sickening attack on PC Annie Napier. A visibly upset PC Napier can be seen telling colleagues, ‘he got me in my eye, I’m alright, I’m just worried about coronavirus’ while they try to comfort her.

In the clip, a male officer then gets him in a headlock and wrestles him to the floor. 

A visibly upset PC Napier can later be seen telling colleagues, ‘he got me in my eye, I’m alright, I’m just worried about coronavirus’ while they try to comfort her.

PC Napier suffered no ill-effects and remains on active duty. 

Oritsejafor, who suffers from schizophrenia and is bipolar, admitted common assault and two charges of common assault on emergency workers at Warwick Crown Court on Tuesday.

He was remanded in custody and told to expect a significant jail term when he is sentenced at a later date.    

After the case, PC Napier said: ‘As frontline officers, we know that we put ourselves in potential danger, but we now face the added risk of Covid-19 infection which then also puts our families at risk.

‘It’s a shock when someone spits in your face and very unpleasant, so I’m pleased the force and the courts take these assaults so seriously.’

Superintendent Jenny Skryme, of West Midlands Police, added: ‘It is vulgar and unacceptable to spit at anybody, but even more so a key worker who is putting themselves at risk to keep people safe and catch criminals.

‘Our officers are bravely and repeatedly on the frontline despite the understandable safety concerns across the country. This type of assault on our staff is deplorable and shouldn’t, and won’t be, tolerated.’ 

Meanwhile, a man who claimed he had coronavirus before he spat in the faces of two NHS nurses has been jailed for eight months. 

Zeb Fitts’s behaviour was called ‘utterly disgusting and reckless beyond belief’ as he was jailed at Ipswich Crown Court today. 


Temisan Oritsejafor admitted common assault and two charges of common assault on emergency workers at Warwick Crown Court. Right, Zeb Fitts’s behaviour was called ‘utterly disgusting and reckless beyond belief’ as he was jailed at Ipswich Crown Court today

In other coronavirus developments today: 

  • Sixty per cent of Brits would be uncomfortable going out – even if it’s safe – as ministers are warned ‘stay at home’ message has been ‘too successful 
  • Ministers warn lockdown could stay for MONTHS until new cases drop to the hundreds – as Professor Chris Whitty says a second peak could be worse than the first and eradicating coronavirus is ‘technically impossible’ 
  • Death rate among black and Asian Brits is more than 2.5 TIMES higher than that of the white population, reveals stark analysis by Institute of Fiscal Studies 
  • Ryanair vows to refund 25million customers in six months as the airline slashes 3,000 jobs – while Heathrow sees 97 per cent drop in passengers in last month 
  • Older TV stars have been banned from working on Emmerdale and Coronation Street when they get back up and running 

The 25-year-old was arrested after he repeatedly punched and kicked his girlfriend’s 19-year-old housemate at a flat in Bury St Edmunds.

He became ‘highly aggressive’ and had to be restrained with straps as he kicked out at police, telling officers that he had Covid-19 and threatening to spit at them.

Officers decided Fitts needed medical treatment for injuries to his hand and took him to the West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds, the court heard.

He spat at nurses Caroline Seaman and Stephanie Beck while they were trying to assess him as he sat in a police van in the hospital car park on April 6.

Prosecutor Richard White said: ‘A&E staff were not prepared for him to enter the department. Two nurses came out in order to treat him. Fitts was shouting and swearing. He was abusive to the nurses as they treated him and he spat at them.’ 

Neither has had to self-isolate and they have not shown any symptoms.

 Death rates from all causes are higher in poorer areas, the ONS said, but the pandemic appears to be pushing the rates even higher

A map shows the deaths across England and Wales with train lines overlapped

Fitts admitted two counts of assaulting an emergency worker, one of assault causing actual bodily harm and one of criminal damage.

Judge Martyn Levett said that emergency workers ‘risk their lives for others’ and that offenders who deliberately coughed or spat at them caused ‘fear of deadly harm’ during ‘these deeply disturbing times.’

The judge told Fitts: ‘I take the view this was of supreme seriousness and that you pose an immediate risk to the public.’

He jailed him for a concurrent six months on each count of assaulting an emergency worker, and two months to run consecutively for the ABH. Fitts, of no fixed address, was also jailed for a concurrent two weeks for the criminal damage. 

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