British couple are seriously injured after Paris villains abuse the woman for her Halloween bunny girl outfit, drag her boyfriend across a road from their car and then attack them maliciously
- British couple on a six-day holiday to Paris when they were attacked on Halloween
- Rebecca Kevan, 21, was heckled by four Frenchmen who drove past in a hatchback
- When Christopher Williams, 27, defended her, he said he was pulled through the window when the car was running at 30 km / h and dragging it 55 meters
- The couple was then kicked and beaten, suffered broken noses and severe bruises
A British couple was brutally beaten by French criminals on their way home from a Halloween party in Paris.
Christopher Williams, 27, from Liverpool, said the couple was attacked along the trendy Rue de la Roquette, at Place de la Bastille, in central Paris in the early hours of November 1.
The Brit said he was dressed like the grim reaper and was walking next to girlfriend Rebecca Kevan, 21, dressed like a Playboy bunny, when a car with four people stopped beside him and started yelling at her.
Rebecca Kevan (21) and friend Christopher Williams, both from the UK, say they were attacked while walking home from a Halloween party in Paris last week
Christopher Williams, 27 (left), said the attack began when four French men pulled Miss Kevan out of a car, then pulled him through the window and dragged him into the street as he confronted them (photo on the right, Miss Kevan's broken finger)
Mr. Williams said that he had gone to the man – whom he described as white and French – to stop when he was partially pulled through the window of the hatchback.
He claims that he was then dragged 55 meters down the street while the vehicle was driving at 30 km / h.
Mr. Williams said he was kicked and beaten in the attack, leaving him with a broken nose and broken tooth (in the photo, his bloody shoes)
Mr. Williams said the gang then dropped him before he climbed out of the vehicle and started to beat him. He was kicked, beaten and broken.
Shocked Miss Kevan pursued her partner on the road and tried to intervene before she too was attacked.
She was hit in the face several times and got a broken finger.
The pair was left with broken noses and suffered severe bruises in the face after the three-minute attack.
Mr. Williams said the hitting did not stop until the attackers noticed pedestrians in the neighborhood, after which she drove away.
He described the beating as an & # 39; unexpected, aggressive attack on two innocents who enjoyed a night in Paris & # 39 ;.
He now advises Britons to always be on the lookout during their vacation & # 39; in Western Europe – and especially hopes that young women will & # 39; look out & # 39 ;.
Mr. Williams said the three-minute attack only stopped when the gang noticed other pedestrians and decided to drive away
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