BODYCAM footage captured the moment the sick jihadi who called for a terror attack on Prince George "fainted" during his arrest.
Husnain Rashid, 32, shared images of the four-year-old prince next to a jihadi fighter with the message: "Even the royal family will not be left alone".
He was today jailed for life, with a minimum of 25 years for a string of terrorism offences at Woolwich Crown Court.
In footage released by Greater Manchester Police, an officer can be heard reading Rashid his rights but moments later he drops to the floor.
A female officer tells him to "stand up," before asking him: "Are you okay? Why are you sat down?"
But the wannabe jihadi makes a mumbled response and when asked to clarify he says he "passed out".
Husnain Rashid was jailed with a minimum of 25 years
He had also tried to throw his phone out the back door - but the device landed at the feet of an officer.
Police today released further images Rashid had been sharing online, including one poster saying "the war has just begun".
He had also shared a threat using images of the the Russia World Cup, telling terrorists to attack people with trucks or cars.
The court had previously heard how Rashid, who lived at home with his parents, had shared advice online about attacks using tools from poison, bombs and knives.