Man brutally attacked by mob of cyclists in downtown LA

A man driving a pickup truck was struck by a group of young cyclists during an attack in broad daylight in the downtown Los Angeles jewelry district. Video footage captured the moment the victim was tackled to the ground by a group of people who then mercilessly stomped and kicked him near Hill and 6th Street on Thursday. Man brutally attacked by mob of cyclists in LA.

Man brutally attacked by mob of cyclists

A witness said the fight started when the cyclists claimed the man hit one of his bikes. The victim, who has not been identified, covered her head as the assailants brutally kicked her. A group of local jewelers rushed up and yelled at them to stop.

A passerby could be seen removing his seatbelt and waving it to scare cyclists. After the beating, one of the suspects, who was not wearing a shirt, could be seen hitting the victim’s white pickup truck with the handle of his bicycle. The victim’s windshield was smashed in the video.


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The Los Angeles Police Department said they received a call about the incident after 4 p.m., and witnesses reported that there were about 10 men on bicycles at the scene, ranging in age from 15 to 18. Authorities said that by the time officers arrived, everyone involved in the attack had fled the scene, including the victim.

A witness told KTLA 5 that there were about six or seven youths on bikes in total and that the fight appeared to break out after the driver allegedly hit one of his bikes.

“That’s when they were able to get to him, hitting his windows, hitting his truck and then he stopped and jumped and they hit him,” the witness said. “It was horrible.” Roman Kim, who works at one of the nearby jewelry stores, said the cyclists rode along the busy street as if they “owned the road.”


“There are six guys on their bikes, just going in and out,” Kim told ABC 7, “which is kind of crazy because with how busy everything is, you can’t really be doing this.” Kim said the attack appeared to be just the latest example of tempers flaring on the Los Angeles highway.Read More……

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