United States[ edit ] Dragnet —59, —70, —91 and —04 was a pioneering police procedural that began on radio in and then on television in Dragnet established the tone of many police dramas in subsequent decades, and the rigorously authentic depictions of such elements as organizational structure, professional jargon, legal issues, etc. The show was occasionally accused of presenting an overly idealized portrait of law enforcement in which the police represented by Sgt. Joe Friday were invariably presented as "good guys" and the criminals as "bad guys", with little moral flexibility or complexity between the two. However, many episodes depicted sympathetic perpetrators while others depicted unsympathetic or corrupt cops.
Naked man smashes head through cop car window at Byron Bay
Naked man filmed punching NYPD car in Manhattan
The Daily Telegraph A NAKED man has smashed a police car windscreen with his head, in one of several recent violent arrests, linked to illicit drug use. Police say drugs like crystal methamphetamine are to blame and have warned residents against their harmful effects. In one incident at Byron Bay, police responded to reports of a concern for the welfare of a naked man. When they arrived the man ran to the police car and dived towards the windscreen which shattered on impact. He then stood on the bonnet kicking the broken windscreen before headbutting and punching the side window.