The New York police are releasing a brutal video of a man who has a & # 39; horrible & # 39; beating on a metro

& # 39; Heinous & # 39; viral video shows a young man being beaten until he seems to lose consciousness on the NYC subway as the NYPD's call to help capture the attackers

  • NYPD has released a video of a cruel punishment that took place in a metro in the city
  • The police are asking the public for help with identifying the suspects, the victim and where the attack took place
  • The NYPD does not know when the attack took place or which train it was
  • Video circulated on social media before the police were informed
  • The victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, head and body when he was on a train
  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT

Shocking video footage of a young man being hit while driving a New York subway has been released by the police.

The victim, who was driving the MTA train, can be ruthlessly hit and punched until he finally seems to lose consciousness and is unable to defend himself.

The shaky images catches the man more and more bloody when his lip bursts open while his attackers remain ruthless.

NYPD released a video of a brutal punishment that took place on a city train with a subway that watched a man bleed from his mouth after being ruthlessly beaten

NYPD released a video of a brutal punishment that took place on a city train with a subway that watched a man bleed from his mouth after being ruthlessly beaten

The victim was repeatedly kicked in his face, head and body while sitting on a train and tried to protect himself with his hands.

The man seemed to be beaten at least 20 times before the video ended.

The victim could be seen, but there is no sound on the recording.

The NYPD said the images were found on social media and brought to their attention last week.

The police are asking the public for help with identifying the suspects, the victim and where the attack took place. The man saw his head clutched when he was attacked

The police are asking the public for help with identifying the suspects, the victim and where the attack took place. The man saw his head clutched when he was attacked

The police are asking the public for help with identifying the suspects, the victim and where the attack took place. The man saw his head clutched when he was attacked

The NYPD does not know when the attack took place or which train it was. The video circulated on social media before the police were informed

The NYPD does not know when the attack took place or which train it was. The video circulated on social media before the police were informed

The NYPD does not know when the attack took place or which train it was. The video circulated on social media before the police were informed

& # 39; Instagram was where we first saw it, & # 39; Dermot Shea, head of detectives said to the New York Daily News.

& # 39; I thought what every New Yorker is thinking, & # 39; said Shea. & # 39; This is our city. And this should not happen.

& # 39; It's just a horrible act. Everyone who sees this video is disturbed by it & # 39 ;, says Shea.

It is unclear where or when the attack took place, but the police have visited hospitals in search of the victim.

The suspects are not shown in the visual material. The police are now asking the public for more information.

The victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, head and body when he was on a train

The victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, head and body when he was on a train

The victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, head and body when he was on a train

The victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, head and body when he was on a train

The victim was repeatedly kicked in the face, head and body when he was on a train

& # 39; Your help is needed to identify those responsible for the horrific attack of a young person aboard the @ MTA metro wine @ NYPDTransit & # 39 ;, NYPD chief detectives Dermot Shea wrote on Twitter.

It seemed to have been shot on a cell phone by someone who may have helped orchestrate the attack.

Bendes often record such attacks and share them on social media as a form of boasting, the NYPD said. They believe that there is a good chance that the victim will not come forward.

The police hope that someone will see the video and contact them with information.

If you have any information about this vicious attack, please contact @NYPDTips 800-577-TIPS (8477) all calls are anonymous

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