Naked criminal jumps out of a window into the arms of a SWAT team

Bum’s rush! Naked criminal jumps out of a first-floor window straight into the arms of a SWAT team in a bid to escape dawn raid

  • A naked man jumped from first floor of a home as it was stormed by a SWAT team
  • The criminal had tried to barricade himself in his house, in the town of Zabki
  • But SWAT officers were breaking in and so the man decided to try and flea 

This is the moment a naked criminal jumped out a window straight into the arms of a SWAT team in a bid to escape their dawn raid.

The footage, captured during a major countrywide anti-drugs crackdown in Poland, shows the criminal launching himself from the first floor after heavily-armed officers entered the building.

On CCTV footage, the man can been seen flying through the air, with nothing covering him but his tattoos.


The footage, captured during a major countrywide anti-drugs crackdown in Poland, shows the criminal launching himself from the first floor after heavily-armed officers entered the building


The man lands in a heap on the ground outside his garage but instead of getting up and bolting away, he lies clutching himself

The man lands in a heap on the ground outside his garage but instead of getting up and bolting away, he lies clutching himself. 

SWAT officers quickly react and stop their charge into the property – instead turning around and seizing the criminal. 

The failed escape artist had initially tried to barricade himself in his house, in the town of Zabki. 

But when officers broke in he jumped from the window without any clothes on.

The man sustained minor leg and hand injuries, for which he was treated by a SWAT team member.

When officers (pictured) broke in he jumped from the window without any clothes on

A team of more than 100 SWAT officers, anti-drugs officers and customs officers raided 34 homes in the capital city of Warsaw, the nearby town of Wolomin and surrounding villages

Police recovered nearly 50,000 PLN (10,200 GBP) in cash, luxury watches and cell phones

A team of more than 100 SWAT officers, anti-drugs officers and customs officers raided 34 homes in the capital city of Warsaw, the nearby town of Wolomin and surrounding villages. 

They arrested 16 men during the crackdown, following a year-long investigation into alleged drug-dealing.

Sylwester Marczak, a spokesman for Warsaw police, said: ‘Since the investigation started a year ago, more than 100 people have been interviewed, of whom 60 have been arrested.’

Police recovered nearly 50,000 PLN (10,200 GBP) in cash, luxury watches and cell phones. 

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