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A blood-soaked man rampaging through the streets with a spade was branded a "Terminator" after he shrugged off five shocks from Tasers.
In a video, filmed in Western Australia, a man runs through a neighbourhood in his underpants with a police officer hot in pursuit.
"Hey put the shovel down!" screams the cop.
But the man keeps on running and the officer screams: "Taser, Taser."
Despite being shocked by the weapon, the man continues to run and charges through a construction site.
He is Tasered again by a door, and seems to halt in pain, but recovers and flees through the building.
The man then escapes by vaulting over several fences, with the cop panting as he watches him disappear into the distance.
Laemin Forbes, 40, was said to have resisted arrest as part of an ongoing investigation and smashed his way through a closed window.
He then led police on a wild chase while bleeding and witnesses described him as an "unstoppable Terminator", reports 7News.
Police warned that he is "desperate, violent, and dangerous" and has been on the run since 7am on Thursday (June 3).
An 84-year-old woman called Mary was allegedly attacked by Forbes during his escape and hit her head on concrete.
"He just clocked me and pulled me backward and down I went. You really don't have much choice in that case," she alleged.
"I saw it come and I thought he's going to finish me off… but he didn't," she added.
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Forbes is described as medium build with black hair and brown eyes and was last seen driving a stolen red Mitsubishi ASX along Canning Highway, although it was later dumped in Huntingdale bushland.
"Anyone assisting Forbes can be charged for helping him," police said.
In a statement, the force said: “He should not be approached under any circumstances.
"If sighted, members of the community are asked not to approach Mr Forbes but to call police immediately on 131 444."
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