Toddler is sent flying when the crook runs after her and kicks her as he walks through the Chinese mall
- Toddler, 1, was sent flying when a villain kicked her from behind in a mall
- She was with her grandmother, 57, and had bruises but no serious injuries
- The incident occurred at the Xingcheng shopping center in Shenzhen, China
- It was captured with the camera and viewed five million times in 24 hours
- No arrest has been made, but the Shenzhen police have identified a suspect
A one-year-old girl was sent flying when a villain kicked her from behind while walking through a mall.
She walked around the Xingcheng shopping mall in Shenzhen, China with her grandmother, 57, a few steps behind when the stranger kicked her legs from behind.
The incident on August 28 was recorded with the camera and was viewed almost five million times in 24 hours.
A one-year-old girl was sent flying when a villain kicked her from behind as he walked through Xingcheng shopping center in Shenzhen, China on August 28
She was with her grandmother, 57, when the incident happened and she suffered with a few bruises but no serious injury
The shocked grandmother ran to the little girl and confronted the man, but she said he threatened her with violence and was forced to let him walk away
The man in the striped polo shirt walks to the toddler who is standing next to a pillar in the mall and kicks her and lets her fall on the floor.
The shocked grandmother runs to her granddaughter and then confronts the man.
He turns around and says something to her and she decides to check the one-year-old.
She said the man threatened her with violence that forced her to let him run away.
None of the other witnesses is supposed to have intervened and the girl's family later posted the images online hoping to find the man.
Shenzhen police investigators revealed on August 29 that they had identified a suspect, but no arrest has yet been made
The child suffered a few bruises but no serious injury.
Shenzhen police investigators revealed on August 29 that they had identified a suspect, but no arrest has yet been made.
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