The commander filmed pulling a Kenyan policewoman who unsuccessful to stop people crowding turn his helicopter has denied committing assault.
Alistair Patrick Llewelyn done a brief coming during a magistrate’s justice in executive Kenya after handing himself in during a military hire on Tuesday.
The film of a purported attack has been widely common on amicable media.
Mr Llewelyn had been transporting Kenyan Deputy President William Ruto shortly before a occurrence happened.
In a packaged court, a commander seemed ease as he denied a charges of attack and formulating a disturbance, a BBC’s Robert Kiptoo reports.
He has now been remanded in control and will make his subsequent justice coming on Monday.
In a film, Mr Llewelyn can be seen coming a policewoman and cheering during her that she is not doing her pursuit by not determining a throng that was logging around a helicopter.
The policewoman’s response is not audible.
The commander afterwards grabs her baton, swears during her and moments after shoves her.
Mr Ruto described a occurrence as “unacceptable and regrettable”.