A man pointed a gun at a police officer in the street during a tense stand-off yesterday.
The drama unfolded in Leeds shortly before 11am when West Yorkshire Police received a report of a man with what looked like a handgun.
Officers swooped on the area between the Kirkstall and Headingley areas of the city and a 48-year-old man was detained by a firearms officer using a Taser.
Police said a gas-powered BB gun was recovered at the scene following the incident on Queenswood Road.
The phrases 'stay down', 'drop it' and 'you will listen' were shouted, but it is not clear by whom. Someone was also heard saying 'put that away now' and the video ended.
A photograph showed the incident happening on a residential street with cars and a bus on the road.
A police spokesman told MailOnline 'At 10.44am on Tuesday, police received a report of a man with what appeared to be a handgun in Kirkstall Lane, Leeds.
'Officers were deployed to the area and a 48-year-old male was detained in Queenswood Drive shortly after 11am by firearms officer using Taser.
'He was arrested on suspicion of possession of an imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence.
'He remains in custody. A gas-powered BB gun was recovered at the scene.'
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