SHOCKING PICTURE OF 60-YEAR-OLD TOURIST PUNCHED IN THE FACE IN LONDON BY YOUNG MONSTER WHO TRIED TO
As reported in Mirror that-The suspect followed the victim, grabbed her from behind and repeatedly punched her in the face after she politely rejected his advances
The 60-year-old woman left Warwick Avenue tube station at about 8pm on Friday, 10 March, when a young man in his late 20s approached her and tried to chat her up.
She politely rejected his advances and started walking along Warwick Avenue in the direction of Formosa Street, Maida Vale, West London
But the suspect followed the victim, who does not wish to be named, grabbed her from behind and seriously assaulted her by repeatedly punching her in the face.
Reportedly the victim was found a short time later by a passer-by who did not witness the attack but called the emergency services, and the victim was taken to a central London hospital for treatment.
The woman has since been discharged but will need further surgery.
The suspect is described as a white man, aged around 25 to 27 years, about 5ft 8ins tall with short brown hair and brown eyes.
It is reported that detectives investigating the brutal attack say the woman, who was visiting London from Austria, has been left with substantial injuries amounting to grievous bodily harm and will need surgery.
They are appealing for information surrounding the incident