Police in Greater Manchester have released video footage of 4 violent thugs who cowardly attacked a cyclist on his way home from work as he stopped at traffic lights. The attacked happened last Tuesday evening in a busy Manchester City Centre. In the video they can be seen laughing and embracing each other, bigging themselves up believing their bad boys after pack attacking a man sat on a bike who cant move and they outnumber 4 to 1. Proper tough guys!! 99% chance these ‘Asian’ yobs will turn out to be the Muslim kind of Asian as you never hear of any Sikh, Buddist, Hindu attacking people on Britain’s streets mob handed
Police have released CCTV images of four teenagers wanted in connection with an assault in Manchester city centre.
At 6.10pm on Tuesday 28 May 2013, the 36-year-old victim was cycling home from work and stopped at traffic lights at the junction with Corporation Street and Miller Street.
The offenders walked past him and shouted at him. He shouted back and rode off before he stopped at another set of lights. The group ran after him and attacked him. He was punched and dragged to the ground before he was kicked.
They ran off after they were chased by members of the public before one of them was caught by a witness. The other three returned, punched the man in the face and all four ran across Hannover Street, onto Shudehill and Thomas Street before making their way towards Piccadilly Gardens.
The group are described as being Asian, between 16 and 18 years old and 5ft 8in tall.
Detective Constable Daniel Nowland based at Bootle Street police station said: “This was a completely unprovoked attack that left the victim with a fractured jaw and hospitalised.
“The assault took place in front of a number of witnesses as the victim fell into the road and into the path of two lanes of rush hour traffic as they waited by the traffic lights.
“I would ask people to take a look at the images and see if they recognise the four people. You may have seen them cross Hannover Street and make their way towards Piccadilly Gardens following the assault. If you did see them or know who they are, please get in touch.”
Anyone with information should phone police on 0161 856 3221 or the independent charity Crimestoppers, anonymously on 0800 555 111.