Texas airport police use stun gun on suspect in wild brawl caught on video

It’s not often you see something like this at the terminal.

A wild brawl between a traveler and police officers that involved the use of a stun gun was caught on video this week as passengers were waiting to board their flights at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport in Texas.

“I really hope that whatever was going on with this guy, it was a moment in time,” John Huston, the bystander who reportedly captured the footage, said in an interview with FOX 4.

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Police told the station they were called to the airport Thursday afternoon after receiving a report of a man shoving an airline employee.

When they arrived, authorities say the suspect -- identified as Jerome Toson Jr.-- started arguing with the officers and took a swipe at one of them.

Footage purportedly shows an officer then using a stun gun on Toson. A scuffle ensues and he is eventually brought to the floor and subdued with the help of other travelers.

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One officer was bitten in an arm and a hand during the chaos, according to FOX 4.

Toson, as of Saturday, was being held at a jail in Fort Worth. He is facing numerous charges, including assault of a public servant, attempting to take a weapon from a peace officer and resisting arrest.