& # 39; It was a basic instinct & # 39 ;: Hero bystander who saved the heavily pregnant mother in the flesh after the woman & # 39; slammed her head against a pole in random street bashing & # 39; has been revealed
- The English man said he could tell that the fight was one-sided when he stepped inside
- Martin Barrett was on his way to work in Surry Hills when he saw the attack
- He wasted no time struggling the victim away from the attacker on the street
- The victim has been released from the hospital and the alleged attacker is in custody
A hero spectator said he acted on & # 39; basic instinct & # 39; when he hurried to become pregnant with a brutal attack.
The woman, 26, walked along Wentworth Avenue in Surry Hills in Sydney on Tuesday morning, when another woman, Olivia Mahe, reportedly hit, kicked and pushed her into the gutter.
Martin Barrett was on his way to work when he jumped to the defense of the victim and squeezed her away from the attacker.
& # 39; I saw that it was one-sided & # 39 ;, the English-born man who moved to Sydney seven years ago told reporters on Wednesday.
Martin Barrett was on his way to work when he jumped to the victim's defense and wriggled her away from the attacker, claiming he was a hero, saying that any decent person would do the same
& # 39; It was not a fight, it was an attack, and at that moment I realized that this person was defenseless and was just trying to help like any decent person would. & # 39;
In spite of his prompt intervention, Mr Barrett said that he wanted him to take action faster.
& # 39; I took two seconds to judge, so a few extra punches were thrown at that time. & # 39;
& # 39; Two or three punches there that probably should not have landed. I should have been faster. & # 39;
Mr. Barrett said he was the victim & # 39; a few big hits to the left of her face & # 39; watched.
& # 39; I went a bit to pick her up and she lay on the floor and held her belly and said she was pregnant, "he said. He didn't realize she was pregnant at first.
Detective Superintendent Gavin Wood praised Mr. Barrett for his courage during the & # 39; despicable attack & # 39; and greeted him like a hero.
& # 39; We sometimes use the word hero very loosely. He is a hero and I notice that he trivializes it, but it should not be trivialized. & # 39;
On Tuesday morning, a woman can hit a severely pregnant victim on Wentworth Avenue in inland Sydney in an alleged, unprovoked attack
The pregnant woman falls to the ground while a passerby (in black) can intervene to wrest the alleged attacker away from the victim
He said that if it were not for Mr Barrett to save the woman, the situation would have been much worse.
Sup Int Wood said that the victim and her husband are grateful that Mr. Barrett is entering.
Barrett wiped that he is a hero and said he expects a decent person to do the same.
A police officer on duty also rushed to rescue the woman and pulled the alleged attacker before the police arrived.
Shocking security footage shows that Mr. Barrett brings the pregnant woman to safety while the alleged attacker points and calls.
The alleged attacker was lured into the trap by an off-duty probation officer (in purple) who happened to drop by during the incident
Mr. Barrett described the footage as & # 39; disruptive & # 39; to see.
The victim has since been released from the hospital after bruising and swelling on her face, but luckily her unborn baby was unharmed.
Mrs. Mahe, was restrained by the police officer and taken into custody where she was accused of mistreatment.
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