Woman randomly stabs three-year-old boy on the street and tries to cut the child's brother before horrifying parents chase her away in Tbilisi
- A 51-year-old woman went after two small children in Georgia on Tuesday evening
- The bewildered parents rushed their son to the hospital with cuts on his cheek and nose
- The woman was arrested after the attack on Pekini Street, a central Tblisi shopping area
- The parents had never seen her before and the police have not yet found a motive
A woman who stabbed a three-year-old boy in the face and then tried to cut the face of his brother or sister for his gruesome parents was arrested in Georgia.
The 51-year-old was filmed on Pekini Street in Tbilisi and walked past the parents with their two small children on Tuesday evening.
On video you can see how she approaches the three-year-old boy, who is holding his mother's hand and cutting the child's face.
The 51-year-old suspect (black shirt, center) approaches the other child from the parents before the father intervenes quickly
The father runs after the woman who can be seen flashing at him before he marches away
Then she begins to march away before turning around and following their second child, who is quickly protected by the father.
The father runs to the insane woman, but walks backwards as she flashes the knife in his direction.
An ambulance took the affected boy to the hospital, where he was treated for cuts in his nose and cheek, which were considered as & # 39; moderately severe & # 39; were considered. Jam News reported.
The father sees his other child being held after the three-year-old boy (blue shirt) has already been cut over the face
Police in Georgia confirmed the arrest of the 51-year-old woman accused of deliberately inflicting serious injury to the health of a minor
The knife woman was able to flee the scene but was held by the police this morning.
The injured boy's parents said they had never seen the wife and officers and could not reveal any motive for her actions.
The woman is accused of deliberately inflicting serious injury to the health of a minor and is confronted with a maximum of ten years in prison.
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