Met cop tied woman up and said ‘who are you going to tell, I’m police’

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A Metropolitan Police officer tied a woman up and told her “who are you going to tell, I’m the police”, a court has heard. PC Sam Grigg tied a female housemate up after entering their shared kitchen “without warning or explanation and began to tape wrists together,” Kingston Crown Court was told. Grigg continued to tie her ankles together and taped her mouth, applying “more force” to the victim, telling her she would “never be able to set herself free”.

Prosecutor Alexander Agbamu told court the victim asked “why are you doing this” with Grigg telling her “he thought it was funny”. 

After Grigg had been tied up, the doorbell rang and Grigg went to the door while the victim attempted to crawl to find a knife to cut herself free.

Mr Agbamu told the court Grigg returned telling her “she would never be able to set herself free”. 

He added: ““After a while he told her he would take her bindings off if she asked him nicely.

“She pleaded with him to set her free.”

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