A young girl was dragged to the ground and detained in Hong Kong on September 6 as police arrested at least 90 people during protests marking the date when Legislative Council elections were originally planned to take place.
Apple Daily, citing an interview with the girl's mother, reported that the 12-year-old was shopping for school items with her family when they got caught behind a police cordon.
This video shows the girl being dragged to the ground by a number of officers after she tried to run away.
The footage was widely shared on social media and drew much condemnation.
Claudia Mo, a pro-democracy legislator, said the actions taken towards the girl "shows how unnecessarily jumpy and trigger-happy Hong Kong police have become".
Protests and certain words and slogans have been restricted since July when a new national security order was passed.