Teenage boy allegedly stabbed in neck with a machete on Melbourne’s Lygon Street
‘Eshay’ allegedly stabs a barefoot teenager in the throat outside a popular Melbourne ice cream parlor while holding a pair of Nike sneakers
- 17-year-old boy stabbed in the neck by a machete-wielding thug in Lygon Street on Monday
- A group of about 11 men were seen chasing the boy through the streets.
- He was attacked in an ice cream parlor and rushed to hospital in serious condition.
A 17-year-old was allegedly stabbed in the neck by a machete-wielding thug holding a pair of Nike TN sneakers in a popular Melbourne diner after the boy ran away barefoot.
A group of 11 youths were seen running down Lygon Street in Carlton on Monday night, chasing the barefoot teen before they allegedly attacked him outside Pidapipo Gelateria.
Pools of blood were seen outside the ice cream parlor as the group of thugs fled the scene while horrified diners eating nearby watched in horror.
The 17-year-old was rushed to Royal Melbourne Hospital in serious but stable condition.
A 17-year-old boy was allegedly stabbed to death by a thug with a machete on Melbourne’s Lygon Street on Monday night.
A woman who witnessed the chaos unfold said she feared the child would die.
“I turned around and said ‘hold your throat, mate,’ because I was afraid he was going to bleed to death,” he said. nine news.
‘That was the most terrifying and horrible thing I have ever seen in Lygon Street.
I’d be surprised if he walks or talks normally again, because it was a pretty bad stabbing.
Pools of blood were seen outside the ice cream parlor after the attack Monday night.
The interior of the store and the outdoor seating area were splattered with blood after the shocking attack.
Nearby workers helped dress the boy’s wound before paramedics arrived.
Police and forensic officers have been scouring the area for clues to help them track down the thugs, and no arrests have yet been made.
A store worker was reportedly knocked to the ground in the attack.
Police say investigations are continuing.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
A group of about 11 men were seen running down Lygon Street before the alleged attack on Monday night.