French Train Worker Beaten, Robbed by Trio at Metro Station

A female railway worker was beaten and robbed by a group of male assailants in broad daylight at a French train station this week, according to reports.

The shocking attack unfolded at around 11:30 a.m. on Monday at the Jean-Jaurès metro station in Toulouse.

A 29-year-old uniformed employee of SNCF, France’s state-run railway company, was on her way to work when she was confronted by an angry man and two male associates.

“One of the three men identified her as a controller and took her to task,” Actu 17 reports.

“He told her that he was angry after being fined, then asked his two accomplices to corner the young woman so that she could not run away.”

The suspects then set upon the defenseless female.

“One of the perpetrators filmed the scene with his phone while the others were committing violence,” a source revealed.

The trio stole the woman’s phone and keys and fled the scene.

Metro officers arrives shortly afterward and summoned emergency medical services for the victim, who was transported to hospital with head and chest injuries.

An investigation has been opened and authorities are still seeking to identify suspects in ambush, according to the latest available updates.

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