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Sick moment pervert bicyclist randomly gropes 88-year-old woman’s butt in Brooklyn

Sick moment pervert on bike gropes 88-year-old Brooklyn woman, falls to the curb, breaks her arm and seriously injures her hip

  • NYPD Is Looking For A Perverted Cyclist Who Groped An Elderly Woman In Brooklyn
  • Twisted Attacker Sneaked Behind 88-Year-Old Woman and Groped Her Ass
  • Due to an attack she fell to the ground, broke her arm and injured her hip

New York City police are looking for a runaway pervert who groped an elderly woman’s buttocks on the sidewalk, causing her to fall and break her arm.

The incident took place early Tuesday about 2:20 a.m. in the Bushwick borough of Brooklyn, when a man on a bicycle groped the 88-year-old woman near the corner of Wyckoff Avenue and Greene Avenue.

Video of the attack shows the deviant attacker sneaking up behind the woman as she walks on the sidewalk and grabs her from behind, all without getting off his bike.

The woman, who appears to be carrying a cane and shopping bag, turns to face her attacker before tripping and falling onto the sidewalk.

New York City police are looking for a runaway pervert who groped an elderly woman's buttocks on the sidewalk, causing her to fall and break her arm

New York City police are looking for a runaway pervert who groped an elderly woman’s buttocks on the sidewalk, causing her to fall and break her arm

Video of the attack shows the deviant attacker sneaking up behind the woman as she walks on the sidewalk and grabs her from behind, all without getting off his bike

Video of the attack shows the deviant attacker sneaking up behind the woman as she walks on the sidewalk and grabs her from behind, all without getting off his bike

The victim was transported to Wyckoff Heights Medical Center with a broken left arm and serious left hip injuries.

According to police, the deranged grab fled south on Greene Avenue.

Surveillance footage shows the attacker riding a bicycle and wearing a white helmet, gray T-shirt and dark pants.

It comes as New York grapples with a disturbing rise in violent crime, with residents especially alarmed by a series of seemingly indiscriminate attacks on streets and subways.

On Wednesday, a 20-year-old woman was shot and killed at close range on an Upper East Side sidewalk as she pushed her baby into a stroller. In that case, the police investigate a possible motive for domestic violence.

Surveillance footage shows the attacker riding a bicycle wearing a white helmet, gray T-shirt and dark pants

Surveillance footage shows the attacker riding a bicycle wearing a white helmet, gray T-shirt and dark pants

On Wednesday, a 20-year-old woman was shot and killed at close range on an Upper East Side sidewalk as she pushed her baby into a stroller.

On Wednesday, a 20-year-old woman was shot and killed at close range on an Upper East Side sidewalk as she pushed her baby into a stroller.

Earlier this month, Donny Ubiera, 32, was charged with randomly stabbing two commuters while riding on a 7-line subway line from Flushing-to-Times Square.

One of the victims was stabbed in the face, the other sustained a neck injury. Ubiera had been released from prison a day before the attacks after being arrested for brandishing a knife at police and refusing to put it away.

In March, event planner Lauren Pazienza, 26, was charged with an event planner who was accused of pushing an 87-year-old Broadway singing coach to her death on a Manhattan sidewalk while on a “wine-powered rampage.”

Citywide, the number of major crimes in New York is up 38 percent this year from last year, with a 39 percent increase in robberies, a 34 percent increase in burglary and a rise in crimes involving crimes. 19 percent.

Sex crimes are also on the rise, with rape as defined by the FBI up 14 percent so far this year compared to last year, and other sex crimes up 13 percent.

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However, homicide rates are down 13 percent from last year and shooting victims are down 9 percent, gains Adams and police officials attribute to an effort to get illegal guns off the streets.

New York City Mayor Eric Adams, a former NYPD officer, has often spoken out about eradicating crime in the city, but he has been criticized for failing to get the issue under control.

Adams has blamed the case on lax gun laws and a justice system that quickly releases repeat offenders.

Anyone with information about the Brooklyn groper is urged to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS.

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