A man, 61, has been charged after allegedly driving at a security guard at the Sutherland drive-through COVID-19 testing clinic.
The security guard was not hurt in the incident, which occurred about 10.30am yesterday (Sunday).
"The man allegedly ignored directions from staff before becoming verbally abusive toward a security guard," a police statement said.
"When the man was directed to leave the clinic, he allegedly drove his vehicle toward the security guard before colliding with two signs and accelerating from the area.
"The man was arrested a short time later at a home at Jannali and taken to Sutherland Police Station.
"He was charged with operate vehicle so as to harass/intimidate person, negligent driving and behave in offensive manner in/near public place.
"The man was granted strict conditional bail to appear at Sutherland Local Court on Friday 24 September 2021.
"The security guard was not physically injured during the incident."
"The security guard was not injured during the incident."- NSW Police.
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