A cop has been caught on tape allegedly pickpocketing a guy. In a video, a construction worker was pinned against a fence. The officer appeared to take something from his pants pocket. The man said it was $1,300 in cash. The man told the officer, “Give me my money!” Off camera, someone asked, “Why are you taking his money?” To add insult to injury, as the man demanded his money back, the officer pepper sprays him. The man's sister was trying to get the officer's badge number. The cop pepper sprayed her in the face too! The man's attorney, Robert Marinelli, told INSIDE EDITION, "Under the circumstance it doesn't seem legal for the officer to take his money. It appears to be more of a robbery." The incident happened in Brooklyn, New York. The District Attorney's office says it is investigating. It's the latest disturbing caught-on-tape incident involving cops to go viral. One video triggered nationwide outrage last week. Police stopped a vehicle because the driver wasn't wearing a seat belt. When the passenger in the front seat refused to get out, the window was smashed and he was tasered. In the video, a seven-year-old could be heard whimpering in the back seat. In another video, a routine traffic stop ended in gunfire as a man reached into his car for his license, the police officer shot him. In the video, the victim said, “Why did you shoot me? I just got my license, you said get my license." South Carolina Highway Patrolman Sean Groubert has been charged with aggravated assault. He has pled not guilty. In another video, a California Highway Patrolman was videotaped raining blows on a 51-year-old homeless woman who was seen wandering in and out of traffic. Just this week, she settled a lawsuit for $1.5 million. We know that cops risk their own lives to protect us, but videos like those, along with the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri, has a lot of people really fired up. Marinelli said, "I don't think that there is an increase in police doing bad things. I think that we just suddenly now have proof."