An elderly man in a wheelchair and his family were attacked by a group of 'teens' at a metro station in Toulouse, France, according to reports.
The incident unfolded on Tuesday afternoon, where three males, aged 14, 16, and 19, were eating sunflower seeds on a train platform.
A 72-year-old man in a wheelchair voiced his displeasure at the boys spitting shells and saliva in the public space due to the coronavirus crisis.
Incensed by the man's comments, the two younger boys launched an attack, ultimately flipping him out of his chair.
“At the same time, the victim’s 54-year-old wife was also assaulted. One of the teenagers tried to strangle her. The couple's 24-year-old son was beaten up. The assault ended with the intervention of metro security agents,” Actu17 reports.
“The attackers then fled but were quickly intercepted and handed over to the police, before being taken into custody.”
The oldest in the trio was cleared and released, but the other two were brought before a judge in juvenile court.
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