The Toronto Police Service (TPS) arrested a man after he spat on a pro-Palestine demonstrator at Bloor Avenue and Yonge Street. “I’m f**king moving you,” said the man in a Wednesday video. “You know what I’m going to f**king do.” .The man went up to a protestor in a black coat and spat on her, and she stuck her leg out at him. “What the f**k!” said another protestor. The protestor ran up and pushed him, but the man turned away from her. As he ran away from the group, a few people followed him. These protestors shouted at him, and TPS officers followed along. They entered a building, pushing among themselves to catch up with the man. “Stand back,” said a protestor with a megaphone. More TPS officers crowded around the entrance to prevent them from going through. They went up to the officers and shouted at them. While these confrontations happened, the few who made it into the building cleared out. The man leaned over a glass barrier with officers beside him, looking incoherent. Since they had been removed from the building, a protestor motioned for them to go back to their spot. The officers started to shift their line, moving forward towards them. “Guys, back to the place already,” said a protestor. Around 300 people gathered at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto on October 9 to call for Palestine to be liberated from Israel. READ MORE: WATCH: About 300 people protest for a free Palestine in Toronto“From the river to the sea,” said a protest organizer..Protestors repeated the chant “from the river to the sea.” They waved Palestinian flags and carried signs with messages such as “End Israeli occupation” and “Stand with the Palestinian resistance.” TPS could not be reached for comment in time for publication.