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Sydney: An armed man was arrested on Tuesday after he stabbed a person in the Australian city of Sydney, police said.
Footage of the man, shot by Channel 7, showed him climbing on top of a black Mercedes station wagon on the corner of King Street and Clarence Street while holding a knife and being pursued by a member of the public carrying a chair, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.
He could be heard yelling before jumping off the car and shouting: "shoot me in the f***ing head".
The footage then cuts to the man lying on the ground, being held down by members of the public using a milk crate and chair. One of the men who has detained the man yells at him: "You stabbed a chick mate".
Police have confirmed that the man was in custody.
"About 2 p.m., emergency services responded following reports a man was walking along York Street, Sydney, armed with a knife," they said in a statement.
"As police made their way to the location, there were multiple reports the man had stabbed someone near the corner of King and Clarence Streets.
"Police and NSW Ambulance paramedics located a woman inside a hotel, who had a stab wound. She has been taken to hospital in a stable condition."