Young English woman savagely assaulted by ‘youths’ in Bordeaux
The young woman of English nationality was beaten up in the middle of the city, in broad daylight. Nobody lifted a finger to help her.
Published: March 21, 2021, 12:01 pm
On a Twitter video relayed by the Info Rodéo media on March 19, a young woman was violently attacked by a group of immigrants in Bordeaux. The facts took place on Thursday, at the corner of rue Chantre, in the heart of the Gironde city. The images show how passers-by quietly continue on their way, while the victim, of English nationality, is beaten by African and Arab men – called either “youths” or “scum” in France to avoid mentioning their ethnicity – who wanted to steal her bag and her phone.
The individuals, some five men, surrounded her and took turns to hit the victim. They did not hesitate to pull her hair and assault her relentlessly. While the woman was on the ground, the attackers forcefully picked her up and punched her in the head. Visibly unsatisfied and even less moved, several of them then lead her a few steps away, behind a wall, where the scene continued outside the field of the camera.
We see the attackers intensifying their assault. On the right, a man runs in to forcefully kick the lower part of the woman’s body. The individuals then begin to discuss their assault, pointing to the body of the young woman on the ground after the extreme violence of the blows. No witness to the scene intervened to assist the victim. She was eventually found in an unconscious state and taken to hospital.
🔴[Info RODÉO] Agression sauvage à #Bordeaux, rue Chantre/cours de la Marne, ce jeudi.
👉Une jeune femme de nationalité anglaise passée à tabac pour son sac et son téléphone.
👉Inconsciente à l’arrivée des secours, la victime a été transportée à l’hôpital Saint-André
— Rodéo Bordeaux (@rodeobdx) March 19, 2021
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