“What you looking at!”… Arrested in his 30s for indiscriminately assaulting a passerby in his 60s

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A passerby in his 60s who was passing by because he looked at himself was assaulted with a fist, etc., breaking his teeth and injuring his eyes, and his 30s were arrested.

Gyeongbuk Gumi Police Station arrested Mr. A (31) for assaulting and injuring a passerby in his 60s on the 17th for staring at him.

Mr. A is accused of assaulting him several times with his fists, feet, and knees when Mr. B (65), who had returned from an alley at Geumo Market in Wonpyeong-dong, Gumi-si, looked at him at around 10:20 am on the 14th.

In the closed circuit (CC) TV video filmed at the site, the scene where Mr. A knocked Mr. B to the floor and hit him with his fists, feet, and knees was intact. Mr. A left the scene immediately after knocking down Mr. B several times with his knees. On the day of the incident, Mr. B was on the way home after walking for about an hour. Mr. B glanced at Mr. A sitting with earphones on. Let’s see, Mr. A said, “Look at it,” and Mr. B replied, “I knew he knew it, and I saw it.” The moment Mr. A suddenly pulled Mr. B’s arm and fell to the floor. Mr. B was ruthlessly assaulted for about 30 seconds without any counterattack.

As a result of this assault, Mr. B’s eyes were torn, sewn four stitches, and wounded on his nose and chest, and he is receiving medical treatment.

The police arrested Mr. A, who was staying at a motel in Wonpyeong-dong, as a current criminal and requested a warrant for arrest. Daegu District Court Gimcheon Branch issued an arrest warrant saying, “There is a fear of fleeing and there is a possibility of further damage.”

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