I thought the officer was very professional. He asked for I.D., which he has every right to do, and the driver refused. The officer returned to the vehicle to tell the driver he was being cited and the driver then asked "why am i being ticketed" and the officer said "for speeding". The officer stood there for a while listening to him ramble on -which he didn't have to do, but I thought it was professional. How long was he supposed to stand there and beg him to comply? When asked to sign the document for the ticket, the driver refused again. Now the officer has every right to arrest him. The driver was simply not cooperating. He was asked not once, not twice, but three times to put his hands behind his back, he refused again and walked away with a smirk on his face and put his hand into his pocket. Who knows if he had a weapon. That officer had every right to do what he did... and the punk was still whining after he got tazered, cuffed, and put in the car. I would have done the same thing, only I would have aimed a little lower!