The question today is this 'Should police be allowed to confiscate your iPhone if you record them'? A Denver man was put in handcuffs and detained because he recorded police arresting a man outside of a Walmart in Lakeside.

During the arrest, one of the officers looked at man recording and demand he turn over his phone as evidence. The man refused that is when the officer handcuffed him and took his phone.

Any time people see something happening whether it's a drunk person failing or the police arresting someone the phones are going to come out. It has just become part our culture today.

Does that mean a police officer can just take your phone?

[9NEWS]