Curtis Scott's lawyer says the Canberra Raiders centre could sue the NSW Police Force after "hard to stomach" footage emerged of him handcuffed, pepper-sprayed and tasered during a "wrongful" arrest. Body cam footage taken in the early hours of January 27 at Sydney's Moore Park was played in a Sydney Local Court on Thursday, before the 22-year-old was cleared of all remaining charges against him. Magistrate Jennifer Giles said she did not have the "stomach" to watch the NRL footballer being tasered a third time after two separate videos were played of the event. Scott was originally charged with seven offences including two for assaulting a police officer, but all were dropped bar two on Wednesday. He had pleaded guilty to two counts of behaving in an offensive manner near a public place, but these charges were dismissed by Giles.