New York City police are searching for the suspect who was caught on video attacking an Asian woman with a hammer on a Manhattan street. The year-old victim was walking with another woman in Midtown when the suspect approached and demanded that the two women remove their masks, according to the New York City Police Department. The suspect then struck the year-old in the head with a hammer before fleeing on foot, police said. She saw us and said 'Take off your f mask. After the pandemic started, she went to Taiwan to stay with her parents and she just returned to New York last month to look for a job, WABC reported. Anti-Asian attacks are on the rise in New York City.
New York City Police have released surveillance video showing a man punching a year-old Asian woman in the face in broad daylight. The victim fell to the ground and the suspect fled on foot following the "unprovoked attack" Wednesday afternoon in Queens, the NYPD said. The victim suffered a fractured nose and right orbital bone, police said.
In a Sydney pub with her colleagues, Cathy Ngo thought it would be a normal Friday night out for after-work drinks. Instead, to her shock, she was approached by a male colleague at the company, who picked her up and swung her over his shoulder. Ms Ngo said her now former co-worker shouted to the pub, "I love Asian women!