An Alabama police officer has been placed on leave after a video showed her arresting a handcuffed man and hitting him with a stun gun.
The unidentified cop, from the Reform Police Department in Pickens County, was seen on camera swearing at a black man while he was handcuffed on Saturday.
District Attorney Andy Hamlin said the man, wearing a white t-shirt, gray sweats and a baseball hat, was being arrested on a trafficking fentanyl charge.
The female police officer shouts at the cuffed man to get down and lie on the front of the vehicle, with his face down.
As she begins to go through the man's pockets, she holds a stun gun to his back.
With his body lying against the front of the car, the police officer tells him to 'stay still.'
The man then responds: 'I ain't doing s**t, bro. I got a gun right there.'
The laughing officer grabs the gun that is in the handcuffed man's pocket, before saying 'oh yeah,' and deploying the stun gun into his back.
She screams: 'Shut the f**k up.' The man can be heard whimpering and crying as he repeatedly says in pain: 'Oh my God.'
The cop continues, saying: 'Do you want it again?' He cries, as she says: 'Shut your b***h a** up.'