A man was thrown off a train platform after he was attacked by African migrants demanding he give them cigarettes in Germany last week, according to reports.
The harrowing incident unfolded on the night of February 22 in Pforzheim, a city in the state of Baden-Württemberg.
A 49-year-old man was approached by two male suspects at Pforzheim Central Station.
The men asked him for a smoke and when he declined, they assaulted him.
During the altercation, the suspects shoved the victim off the platform and under a train sitting on the tracks.
The man managed to pull himself back onto the platform, but the suspects "mauled" him again, Pforzheimer Zeitung reports.
Bystanders attempted to rescue the man before police arrived and arrested one of the suspects.
The other fled but was apprehended a short time later.
They were identified as a 33-year-old Algerian national and a 31-year-old citizen of Tunisia, however, their immigration statuses were not revealed.
Emergency responders treated the victim at the scene, but it is unclear if he was taken to hospital.
An investigation into the 'life-threatening attack' is ongoing.
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