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An Arizona man was captured on tape slapping a woman in a wheelchair during a live TV broadcast.

KPNX reporter Joe Dana was reporting on the sentencing of a criminal in downtown Phoenix yesterday evening.

In the background of the shot, a man could clearly be seen hitting a woman in a wheelchair in the head.

Both the KPNX newsroom and the police department were immediately flooded with calls from concerned viewers.

Police arrived on the scene and arrested 60-year-old Randall Burgess for misdemeanor assault.

Burgess and the victim, who apparently are in a relationship, both showed signs of intoxication, authorities said.

According to 12 News, Burgess has a history of charges and convictions, including aggravated assault, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and probation violations.

Watch the shocking video above.

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