GROV RASISME: (VIDEO) Åtte ikke-vestlige menn mishandlet to hvite kjærestepar på restaurant

RASISME

En større gruppe ikke-vestlige menn startet bråk med to unge hvite menn og deres kjærester på en kebab-restaurant i England i november i fjor. Det endte med at den ene hvite mannen ble sparket bevisstløs. Også jentene ble mishandlet av den ikke-vestlige gjengen. Se den sjokkerende videoen fra overvåkingskameraet her.

Fra britiske medier:

Five teenagers have been arrested after a suspected brawl in a fast-food restaurant in High Wycombe reportedly left a man with a concussion.

Two men and two women, all in their early 20s, went into Peri Peri Chicken Delight, in Oxford Street, between 3.50am and 4.15am last Saturday (November 11).

A group of between six and eight men then allegedly started an argument with the four people, attacking the two men.

One of the male victims was reportedly knocked unconscious after he was kicked in the head and punched to the ground. He is believed to have suffered a concussion and cuts to the face as a result.

The other male victim was also allegedly punched in the face, suffering cuts and bruises.

Police said the two women tried to stop the fight and one of them was pushed to the ground, causing a suspected broken wrist.

The other female victim also received grazes and bruising to her knees and legs.

All four were taken to Wexham Park Hospital and have since been discharged.

The five men, two aged 18 and three aged 19, were arrested on November 14 and 15 on suspicion on GBH, violent disorder, ABH and common assault.

“They have since been released under investigation.”

Investigating officer, detective constable Caroline Timmis, of Local CID based at High Wycombe, said: “We are appealing for witnesses following this assault.

“We are aware that there may have been a number of people in the restaurant at the time of this assault and we would ask anyone who has information to please come forward.”

Anyone with information can call Thames Valley Police on 101 quoting reference 43170335682, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.