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DAILYKENN.com — A big man who seems to resemble Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks was video recorded viciously beating a 22-year-old man in the NYC subway.
Reports say the victim may have been attacked as punishment for looking at the attacker.
The New York Daily News described the attacker as in his 30s and Hispanic. The victim appears to be white.
You can dress a beast in a suit and tie, but it will remain a beast.
A dapper straphanger was caught on video clobbering a 22-year-old man at a Midtown subway stop, all because he gave him a funny look, a police source said Monday night.
The suit-and-tie clad attacker followed his victim off the train at the 42nd St./Times Square station and delivered a flurry of punches, eventually knocking him to the ground during the busy evening commute, according to footage of the Feb. 27 attack.
The suspect took offense to the young man and confronted him, the source said, apparently because the victim was staring.
The assailant swung at the victim from behind as other passengers gawked and quickly stepped away. He capped the savage beatdown with a kick. Then, he bolted.
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