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Confronting moment young woman is dragged screaming from her car by a police officer at a coronavirus checkpoint near Melbourne after not giving her name because she 'felt unsafe' Natalie Bonett was making her way through the COVID blockade in Wallan Was stopped by officers and dragged from her car for refusing to give her name  Ms Bonett said the ordeal has left her shaken and said four officers arrested her She said she couldn't breathe during the arrest due to having 'knees in her back'  Vision comes as Victoria records 41 new cases and seven deaths on Sunday 

By Brittany Chain For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 23:22 BST, 12 September 2020 | Updated: 23:57 BST, 12 September 2020

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Confronting footage shows the moment a young woman was dragged from her car screaming as she attempted to pass through a coronavirus checkpoint in Victoria.

Natalie Bonett said she was making her way through the COVID blockade in Wallan, north of Melbourne, on Saturday when she was stopped by police.

They informed her it was against the law to have her phone attached to a car charger which was mounted onto her windshield.

Following a brief and tense exchange, video shows the officer reach in drag the masked woman from her car as her passenger tried to pull her back in.

Confronting footage shows the moment a young woman was dragged from her car screaming while she attempted to pass through a coronavirus checkpoint in Melbourne

Confronting footage shows the moment a young woman was dragged from her car screaming while she attempted to pass through a coronavirus checkpoint in Melbourne

Ms Bonett claimed officers called for backup when she wouldn't leave her car and that a total of four police officers eventually arrested her

Ms Bonett claimed officers called for backup when she wouldn't leave her car and that a total of four police officers eventually arrested her

Ms Bonett, a lash technician in Melbourne, screamed and pulled away from the officer in the footage, demanding he stop touching her and get out of her car. 

A passenger in the car attempted to hold her back, trying to tell the officer she's 'got anxiety' while Ms Bonett became increasingly distressed. 

'What the f**k are you doing, what the f**k, get off

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