Daughter slams two women who posted disturbing Snapchat video in which they taunt her bloody father while bragging that they bash him because & # 39; he was watching them & # 39;
- A 57-year-old man was attacked by two young women on Saturday
- The bloody man was filmed stumbling in a Wollongong park, south of Sydney
- The daughter of the victim has accused the attacker of posting video on Snapchat
A 57-year-old man was attacked by two bragging young women who filmed him bleeding and stumbling through a park.
Ellyce Quirk shared a video that one of the accused attackers had posted on Snapchat on Saturday night in the aftermath of the alleged attack near Thirroul train station in Wollongong, south of Sydney.
Mrs. Quirk said the women attacked her father and broke his glasses before spending more than three hours in the park.
Mrs. Quirk said the attacker then placed it (the video) on social media, smiling like a psychopath & # 39 ;.
A 57-year-old man was reportedly attacked by two bragging young women, who then filmed him bleeding and stumbling through a park. The man's daughter shared photos of his injuries with Daily Mail Australia
The daughter of the victim, Ellyce Quirk (photo), shared a video of the attack on social media
The young woman initially turns to the camera and says: & # 39; This is pretty random, but I made this bastard because he looked at me & # 39 ;.
She then walks over to the victim, who is dressed in a blue shirt and has blood on his face, to grab his arm.
& # 39; Can I take a picture of your face? Look, it's bleeding, that's mine, & the attacker said laughing.
& # 39; Look how stupid you are. & # 39;
The victim stumbles during the shooting, while one of the young women is lying on the grass.
In another part of the video, the woman runs behind the camera to the man who seems to be bracing himself for a fight.
Ellyce Quirk shared a video that one of the accused attackers had posted on Snapchat following the alleged attack near Thirroul train station in Wollongong, south of Sydney, on Saturday night
Mrs. Quirk (photo) said the incident was a & # 39; random attack & # 39; was and would have happened while her father was walking through the park. & # 39; My father is okay, thank goodness, & # 39; she said
A fight then arises between the man and two young women.
Mrs. Quirk said the incident was a & # 39; random attack & # 39; was and would have happened while her father was walking through the park.
& # 39; My father is okay, thank goodness, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; He has wounds and eyebrows and a bruised eye. He also has sore ribs but he's okay.
& # 39; I just have to tell these girls that this behavior is disgusting. I am disgusted and sick that they even think this is something to do, post on Snapchat and laugh. & # 39;
The images showed a mess between the 57-year-old man and two girls
Mrs. Quirk said her father & # 39; hardly & # 39; can see without his glasses and that his vision would have been blurred during the fight.
& # 39; Everyone who knows my father knows how harmless he is, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; I am so upset that they can do this to a 57-year-old man, let alone anyone. & # 39;
Mrs. Quirk said her father reported the incident to the police and that she went to the station on Sunday to show the video to officers.
In an update on social media, Quirk thanked the viewers involved who expressed their condolences to her father.
She said that a senior police officer from Wollongong & # 39; believes that this (the video) is not sufficient evidence & # 39 ;.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted NSW Police for comments.
The alleged victim is seen stumbling during the shooting, while one of the young women is lying on the grass
. (TagsToTranslate) Dailymail (t) news (t) Snapchat