A 51 year-old Turkish citizen, Yasar Albayrak, has said he would file a legal suit over what he described as "violent police treatment" at Germany's Cologne-Bonn Airport on Monday. "After I get a forensic report, I will make a counterclaim for the violence that police used on me," he told the Anadolu Agency.  He does not feel alone in the matter after getting support of Turkish deputy PM Bekir Bozdag. "We will closely follow the actions to be taken by German police on this matter. We hope German officials will apply the necessary penal sanctions or else it will be a violation of law by the government," Bozdag said in a statement Tuesday. Albayrak had a minor quarrel with an airport official for not providing help at Germany's Cologne-Bonn Airport on Monday.  German police wanted to take away Albayrak's son following the incident and when Albayrak objected he was reportedly beaten severely by the police. The incident was captured on amateur camera.