Rocklands residents were up in arms on Monday when a man, visibly injured, was arrested by police.In a video that has gone viral on social media, the man can be seen lying on the ground and residents shouting at the police.A resident can be heard saying: "They shot him in the head".Western Cape police said the incident was taken "out of context".Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut said no shots were fired during the incident.WATCH: Woman arrested during naked protest at Union Buildings"Crime Prevention Unit members were busy on Heron Street when they approached a group of men, who fled upon the arrival of SAPS," he said."One of the suspects, a 43-year-old male resisted arrest and, in the process, sustained a cut to his head."Traut added that the man was arrested and had received treatment at a hospital, before being discharged. In a separate video, the man - with a bandage on his head, at what looks like a police station - is asked if he was shot. "I wasn’t shot," he says.Traut said the suspect was arrested on charges of possession of mandrax, resisting arrest and assault of a police officer.