Black race relations adviser is tasered in face by police
A race relations adviser, mistakenly identified as a wanted man, said he was "scared for his life" after he was tasered by police.
Judah Adunbi, 63, was outside his home in Bristol when he was stopped by police looking for a suspect.
Mr Adunbi refused to give his name and after a dispute was tasered in the face by officers who tried to arrest him.
Ch Supt Jon Reilly said a complaint has been referred to the police watchdog.
20 Jan 2017
- From the section Bristol