Shock Videos Show NYPD Cops Getting Doused With Water By Bucket-Toting Goons In Harlem & Brooklyn

In separate incidents in Brooklyn and Harlem, NYPD officers were doused with buckets of water by unruly young men who appeared unconcerned that they would be arrested for their actions.

Videos showing the incidents surfaced today online. The clips appear to have recently been recorded during the heat wave that has gripped New York City. While unclear from the videos, it appears likely that the water tossed on cops came from open fire hydrants.

Seen above, the top video was recorded and narrated by a passenger in a vehicle parked outside the Marcus Garvey Houses project in Brownsville, Brooklyn. The officers do not respond as they are getting drenched--even after a young man dumps a full bucket of water over one cop’s head.

As the clip concludes, the drenched patrolmen are seen approaching the entrance of the Dominican Paradise hair salon on East New York Avenue.

In the second video, which was shot on Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in upper Manhattan, two cops have water thrown on them as they appear to be handcuffing a man on the hood of a vehicle. At one point, an officer is struck in the head by a plastic bucket thrown by a shirtless male.

In a Twitter post this afternoon, Terence Monahan, the NYPD’s chief of department, called the Harlem video “reprehensible,” adding that “EVERY New Yorker MUST show respect for our cops. They deserve nothing less.”

No arrests have been made in connection with either incident.