Man charged after allegedly driving car at security guard at COVID testing clinic

A man has been charged after allegedly driving at a security guard at a COVID-19 testing clinic in Sydney's south at the weekend.

The accused 61-year-old man visited a drive-through testing clinic at Forest Road in Sutherland yesterday morning.

The man allegedly ignored directions from staff before becoming verbally abusive toward a security guard.

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When told to leave, the man allegedly drove his vehicle toward the security guard before colliding with two signs and fleeing from the area.

The man was arrested a short time later at a home at Jannali and charged with operate vehicle so as to harass/intimidate person, negligent driving and behave in offensive manner in a public place.

The man was granted strict conditional bail and is due to appear before the court in September.

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