Wynnum man attacked by teenagers on street while waiting for bus home from work

Scandalous moment when teenagers attack a man in a suit at a bus stop – punching him in the face and kicking him as he lay on the ground

  • Disturbing incident took place on the streets of Wynnum, a suburb on the coast of Brisbane
  • Video shows victim being approached by teen, who delivers a flurry of punches
  • Two other young people participate in the attack that ended up on the road
  • Locals say the attack is part of a bigger problem with youth violence in the area

Disgusting footage has surfaced showing a group of teenagers assaulting a man in a suit while he was waiting for a bus home from work.

The disturbing incident took place on the streets of Wynnum, a suburb on the Brisbane coast, where locals fear violence is spiraling out of control.

Video shows the victim being approached by a teenager, who delivers a series of blows to his head.

Two other youths join the attack that landed on the road.

The trio continued to punch and kick as the victim fell to the ground.

A Queensland Police Service spokesman told the Daily Mail Australia that the incident has not been reported.

A teenager in a quiet suburb of Brisbane attacks a man waiting for a bus home from work with a flurry of punches and kicks before the man falls to the ground

A local Wynnum told The courier post the attack was part of a wider problem of youth violence in the area.

“These kids terrorize the community, attack people and then share the videos online,” she said.

“Something has to be done about it.”

Incidents of youth violence have fueled fear in the quiet suburb of Wynnum in Brisbane, leaving many residents anxious

Incidents of youth violence have fueled fear in the quiet suburb of Wynnum in Brisbane, leaving many residents anxious

It comes after another brawl in Wynnum in which a young teenager was knocked out in the middle of the street on Saturday, July 17.

“Police were present at the scene of the reported incident but the crowd had dispersed and no formal complaints were lodged,” a Queensland Police Department spokesman said.

Police are monitoring a group of young people and are encouraging the community to report suspicious or criminal behavior.

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