Wheelchair-bound grandfather is beaten by two & # 39; cowards & # 39; who left with his wallet and phone in a pathogenic attack on the streets of Melbourne
- Neil Khallouf was slapped in the face one meter away from his house
- The other perpetrator stole the money and the phone from the 63-year-old and the couple fled
- The disabled retiree is too scared to go outside after the incident
A grandfather of five was randomly robbed just meters from his house by two & # 39; bastards & # 39; in the north of Melbourne.
Neil Khallouf, 63, was hit in the face by one offender before the other stole his money and phone on Watson Street in Brunswick on Thursday at about 7 p.m.
The wheelchair-bound disabled pensioner was left bleeding and unconscious, making him too scared to walk outside.
Neil Khallouf (photo), 63, was slapped in the face by one offender before the other stole his money and phone on Watson Street in Brunswick at around 7 p.m. on Thursday
& # 39; I can't sleep and I can't eat. And I'm worried and scared, and most of the time I'm not like that, & he said 9News.
& # 39; They are cowards, they are bastards. & # 39;
Mr. Khallouf, who has been in a motorized wheelchair since he had a stroke, said he could not defend himself.
& # 39; It is really cowardly to hit someone alone in the wheelchair and there is nowhere to run and nothing to go around, & # 39; he said.
Detective senior agent Jessie Foley said that Mr. Khallouf usually travels the area every day.
Khallouf described his attackers as an African appearance.
The wheelchair-bound disabled pensioner was left bleeding and unconscious, making him too scared to walk outside
& # 39; The fact that this has taken place is simply absolutely pathogenic, & # 39; she said.
& # 39; They must be stopped before they hurt anyone, & # 39; said Mr. Khallouf.
A Victoria Police statement said that Mr. Khallouf was being taken to hospital for treatment.
No one has been arrested at this stage.
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