Youths mug schoolboy for his £160 Apple Airpods and scooter in surprising East London avenue theft
- Footage captured on CCTV exhibits a ‘schoolboy’ being mugged by two youths
- Mugging believed to have occurred on a residential avenue in East Ham, London
- The 2 suspected thieves stole the boy’s scooter and Apple AirPods price £160
That is the surprising second a ‘schoolboy’ was mugged by two youths who stole his scooter and Apple AirPods in east London.
Footage captured on CCTV and shared on Saturday, September 25, exhibits the second two suspected thieves seem to knock the boy to the bottom as he scoots alongside a residential avenue believed to be in East Ham.
Within the video, which has racked up 18,500 views to date on Twitter, the 2 males are seen approaching the sufferer from behind – with one on a scooter and the opposite working on foot.
That is the surprising second, caught on CCTV, when a ‘schoolboy’ was mugged by two youths who stole his scooter and £160 Apple AirPods on a a residential avenue in east London
After they attain the boy, they seize his coat and drag him to the bottom onto his again, earlier than looking his physique.
The pair are then seen making an attempt to take one thing from the schoolboy as he struggles on the bottom, believed to be his Apple AirPods, a pair of earphones price round £160 when new.
After taking the sufferer’s scooter, the attackers might be seen scooting again within the path they got here from because the boy sits upright on the pavement.
The video was shared to Twitter, the place it has left social media customers indignant.
The 2 suspected thieves are seen approaching the sufferer from behind and dragging him to the bottom earlier than looking his physique for the Airpods after which taking off on his scooter
The mugging is believed to have taken place on a residential avenue in East Ham and the video was shared to Twitter on Saturday, September 25
One girl wrote: ‘That is precisely why my son doesn’t have the high quality cell ect. If he lived in London he wouldn’t have designer garments.’
One other consumer added: ‘Prey on the weak, nature of the beast.’
‘A kiddy scooter and one thing that’s been caught in somebody’s ears? Scummy tramps’, another person wrote.
One individual expressed sympathy for the sufferer, writing: ‘Poor child hope he’s okay.’
The Metropolitan Police have been contacted for remark however have been unable to supply extra particulars and famous that the incident might not have been reported to police.