Police arrested a man carrying a kitchen knife on a petrol fork and found two more blade knives in his underwear.
Roseville Rural Task Force personnel arrived at Shell Garage on Hasslingdon Road yesterday, July 9, after being threatened with a knife by a man at the site.
When they arrived, they saw a man waving a kitchen knife about seven and a half inches long on the beach.
Although they managed to apprehend the man and take him into custody, officers were surprised when police found two other knives hidden in his underwear during a search.
A member of the force posted some details of the arrest, as well as a picture of the man being stabbed at a petrol station.
Read the post early this morning: “This evening, your Rosendale Rural Task Force, armed with knives, broke the news of working in a threatening manner with members of the public at RoseSnell’s Shell Garage on Hasslandgun Road.
Officials were quick to point out that the man was branching out a large kitchen knife, as pictured, on a petrol fork.
“He has been arrested without incident and is currently in custody.
A search of his custody turned up two more knives in his underwear.