Shocking body camera footage shows a Queensland police officer laughing as a teenage boy lay unconscious from a suspected drug overdose.
Charlie Robertson, 19, died shortly afterwards - but he could have been saved had police called for paramedics instead of walking away, a coronial inquest has heard.
The footage was released as the inquest at the Coroners Court of Queensland drew to a close this week and was first reported by Nine News.
The seven police officers barged into a Gold Coast home in March, 2015 and found Mr Robertson unconscious on a bed. The footage shows them attempting to ruse him without success. A police officer is heard laughing on the tape.
A doctor told the inquest Robertson would have had a very high likelihood of surviving had the officers called for medical help, the news station reported.
The inquest heard Mr Robertson overdosed from GHB and cocaine, according to Nine News.
While the coroner, Terry Ryan, isn't expected to present his findings for some weeks, the boy's parents, Rose and Graham Robertson, told Nine News they want justice.
'Rose and I will never walk away. We will see that justice is done and that the laws are changed so it doesn't happen to any other family,' Graham Robertson said.
'They left our boy to die.'