Harrowing moment THIEVES attack innocent man from behind beating him to the ground


A horrifying video has emerged showing the moment that an innocent man is jumped by two opportunistic muggers on a Chicago street in broad daylight in the latest disturbing crime to occur in the Democratic-led Windy City.

The incident occurred on Monday in the Bucktown section of the city.

The video begins showing the two attackers wandering through an alley.

Eventually, at 2:55pm, the victim, 33, nonchalantly walks by his attackers while eating a piece of pizza.

The man is then ambushed as one attacker throws him against a chain-link fence.

Despite being outnumbered and ambushed, the victim fights back, repeatedly telling the assailants to ‘Get the f*** off me!’

Eventually, he wrestles one of the attackers to the ground around some nearby garbage cans. At that point, the other attacker says: ‘Just let it go!’

The two are able to make off with his backpack and what appears to be a cellphone.

A witness, who can be seen in the video in a car across the street, told CBS Chicago that she honked her horn repeatedly in the hope that she could scare the attackers off, but they continued the assault.

She added that she remained with the victim until authorities arrived on the scene. He suffered bruising but seemed to be physically okay.

No arrests have been made, Chicago police told the station. One commenter on social media remarked that he had walked through the alley in the video ‘for years.’

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‘This was my alley for several years. This is not about being poor and desperate. This is savagery and needs to be handled as such,’ the person wrote.

‘Disturbing as hell. Could be me. Violent crime is out of control in Chicago. Lawless, these people. Heartless and lawless. No consequences.

‘This poor man was just minding his own business, and his life will never be the same after this kind of attack,’ another commenter said.

Chicago Police Department statistics show that robberies are up nearly 100 percent from 2019 in the Bucktown neighborhood and up 53 percent from 2022.

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