Horrifying moment girl screams for help as she's beaten up by two thugs on Tube train | The Sun
THIS is the horrifying moment a girl screams for help as she's beaten up by two thugs on the Tube.
The victim can be heard desperately screaming "help me" as she is repeatedly punched by two women.
Members of the public were forced to rush to her aid and attempting to thwart the women from inflicting further blows.
Police are now searching for the pair following the incident on the Elizabeth Line Underground service near Paddington, central London, shortly after 10pm on Sunday.
The victim was punched twice in the face by one of the brutes, before a second woman also thumped her.
She was then dragged along the carriage by her hair before being thrown to the floor.
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One of the attacker’s bottoms were partially exposed through her clothing after her trousers slipped down.
The victim then continued to scream out in pain as she was kicked and punched while on the ground.
One man came and attempted to intervene as a second passenger filmed the horror attack on their phone.
The victim was eventually able to flee the train and was taken to hospital to be treated for her injuries.
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A British Transport Police spokesperson said: "We are aware of this video and enquiries into the incident are ongoing.
"Officers responded following reports of an assault on board an Elizabeth Line service towards Paddington station at around 10:10pm on October 29.
"One woman attended A&E. Enquiries into the incident are ongoing.
Anyone with information is asked to contact BTP quoting ref 687 of 29 October.
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