Graphic Video Released by NYPD of Attackers who Beat and stripped a Man in Chinatown and also stole his Underwear and left him Naked


 

 

Police released shocking video of the suspects and are seeking witnesses. The attackers took the man’s cell phone and removed his pants, shirt, underwear, and shoes and left him naked.

They attacked him as soon as he got off the bus traveling from Atlanta to NYPD a police source said.

 

The group of young males and females began assaulting the victim around 10:30 a.m. Friday near Canal and Allen streets in Manhattan.

It was reported that the man who was attacked was a gang banger himself and he was spotted by the rival gang and attacked when he step out of the bus.


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