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Asian man sucks in broad daylight in new york city

An Asian man has been violently attacked in broad daylight in New York as the city continues to struggle with rising rates of violent crime.

Just hours after the horrific attack, ‘soft-on-crime’ Mayor Bill de Blasio was seen rubbing elbows with Hamilton producer Lin-Manuel Miranda in nearby Times Square.

An ugly incident occurred on the Upper East Side on Monday afternoon, with the attacker randomly targeting the man before slamming him into the glass window of a shop.



Store surveillance cameras captured that shocking moment, and showed the attacker trying to escape later before being stopped by a good Samaritan.

The attacker also allegedly sucked the Asian victim, although the incident was not captured on camera.

According to Abc 7The attacker was shouting at the random pedestrian ‘Don’t look at me!’ Before he suddenly chases and follows the Asian man.

Later, the man is seen shouting at the good Samaritan who stopped him, saying: ‘I am going to kill someone! get out of my face!’

An Asian man has been violently attacked in broad daylight in New York as the city continues to struggle with rising rates of violent crime. An ugly incident occurred on the Upper East Side on Monday afternoon, with the assailant allegedly slamming the body into the glass window of a shop before randomly targeting the man.

Just hours after the horrific attack, 'soft-on-crime' Mayor Bill de Blasio was seen rubbing elbows with Hamilton producer Lin-Manuel Miranda in nearby Times Square.

Just hours after the horrific attack, ‘soft-on-crime’ Mayor Bill de Blasio was seen rubbing elbows with Hamilton producer Lin-Manuel Miranda in nearby Times Square.

Police arrived at the scene, but the culprit did not get out on foot before that. As of Tuesday afternoon, he is still at large.

NYPD reported New york post That the attacker did not kill any anti-Asian, so the incident is not logged as a hate crime.

However, an eyewitness told ABC that the perpetrator – who is black – was ‘shouting about Chinese, Spanish and white people’.

Hate crimes this year are 28.1 percent, while violent crimes are also increasing.

Meyer appeared in high spirits and had a hobby with A-list celebrity Miranda as she opened a new vaccination center for Broadway activists in the area.

Miranda told a press conference to persuade the center, “We want to regroup, and we want to tell stories in the dark.”

‘We can’t do this if we don’t feel safe and if you don’t feel safe. So the first step in that process is getting our vaccination shots, and the next steps will follow. ‘

De Blasio also went to the podium to express his love of Broadway.

‘Yes, it is part of our economy. More importantly, it is part of our identity, ‘he said.

‘Whose part of it we are, it is part of our heart. What it means in this city, theater, music, dance, film and TV, is an expression of everything New York City has to offer. This is our creativity, this is our heart and soul. We do something here that does not exist anywhere in the world.

However, he made no mention of rising crime rates, or an increase in attacks on Asians.

'Theater, music, dance, film and TV, it is an expression of everything in New York City.'

‘Theater, music, dance, film and TV, it is an expression of everything in New York City.’

'We want to regroup, and we want to tell the stories in the dark,' Miranda said at a press conference to celebrate the vaccination center

‘We want to regroup, and we want to tell the stories in the dark,’ Miranda said at a press conference to celebrate the vaccination center

The mayor appeared in high spirits and was fond of the A-list celebrity as he opened a new vaccination center for Broadway workers in the area

The mayor appeared in high spirits and was fond of the A-list celebrity as he opened a new vaccination center for Broadway workers in the area

Lin-Manuel Miranda brought his father, Louis, to the event

Lin-Manuel Miranda brought his father, Louis, to the event

At the end of last month, a 65-year-old woman of Asian descent was attacked in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood while going to church.

He was punched in the abdomen and stabbed several times on his head by the assailant, who was later arrested and charged with a hate crime.

The sick attack was captured on camera, sparking nationwide outrage.

Meanwhile, a series of other disturbing incidents have also started in which Asians have been targeted.

A man was filmed urinating on an Asian woman on a Queens-bound metro car.

And last week, another man was arrested and an undercover cop was charged with hate crimes after allegedly anti-Asian abuse and threatening threats.

‘You f **** up in the cemetery before going back to China!’ New york post Reported.

He said, “I am going to slap the holy urine in front of you and stab you in the face.”

Data shows crime in the city has been increasing in recent years

Data shows crime in the city has been increasing in recent years

Meanwhile, last week, the NYPD released its latest crime data for March, which showed that there was a 2.4 percent increase in total crime compared to the same time last year, a 36 percent increase in murders and in auto Driven by 35 percent growth. theft.

There were 99 shooting incidents in March 2021, representing an increase of nearly 77 percent, compared to 56 a year earlier, even as police intensified their efforts to arrest suspects on weapons charges .

There were 492 gun arrests last month, an increase of about 67 percent compared to March 2020.

After spending the night on a TV set and in a night theater, Mayor de Blasio Braggs spent ‘too much FUN’.

The Mayor of New York gave his struggling city residents ‘much fun’ this week as they fought to rebuild their lives ravaged by the COVID epidemic and dwarfed by rising crime.

Bill de Blasio spokesman Bill Niehardt tweeted several photos showing the mayor’s visit on Friday.

On Tuesday, he was at the relay of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, where ice skaters were performing a spectacular dance before the new facility.

Bill de Blasio was on Coney Island on Friday for a weekend of 'too much fun'. He has seen the first position in the coaster - right in front

Bill de Blasio was on Coney Island on Friday for a weekend of ‘too much fun’. He has seen the first position in the coaster – right in front

On Wednesday, he was at Lincoln Center for his reopening, and on Thursday he took a selfie with Awakwafina on the set of the TV series Nora from Queens.

Friday saw the mayor, who may not run for re-election in November after two terms, enjoying a ride to the newly opened Coney Island Park.

‘@NYCMayor had a lot of fun this week,’ Neidhard tweeted.

Criticism of his ‘fun week’ was quick to come.

One Twitter user said, “So glad she is.”

Emergency medical technicians help an elderly homeless man on the street on Monday

Emergency medical technicians help an elderly homeless man on the street on Monday

NYPD spotted in February on victim of a metro stabber who killed two homeless people

NYPD spotted in February on victim of a metro stabber who killed two homeless people

‘While crime is off the charts !! The tourist is being taken to his motel in Times Square! Gangs beating people in the streets !!! So I’m glad she’s having fun !!! While in the rest of the city FEAR !!!

Another couple: ‘What about getting our kids to school 5 days a week ???’

The president of the Manhattan Republican Party, Andrea Catsimatidis, slammed De Blasio for having fun riding the coaster and experiencing a wave of crime in the city.

And an activist who heads the Guardian Angels volunteer crime-prevention group, who is also running for mayor in New York, said Curtis Sliwa it was the Blasio administration that was a roller coaster ride.

Reacting to a photo of de Blasio on a rollercoaster on Coney Island, a Twitter user responded: ‘Good photo op … now you can do something about the growing crime in the city ??? I am afraid of going to Coney Island not because of Kovid, but because of all those loose criminals on the road … ‘

New York crime figures, released by the NYPD, show crime on the rise.



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