Two thugs were arrested after being beaten by police for providing first aid to London Underground passengers during the Euro’s final violence
Two thugs were arrested when a policeman was attacked while providing first aid to passengers on the London Underground after losing in the Euro 2020 in England.
The British Transport Police announced that two 22-year-old men from Wolverhampton were arrested on suspicion of serious bodily injuries following a disgusting attack on the Camden Town subway station.
They said the couple are being questioned in police custody.
BTP officials are providing emergency medical assistance to a man who fell from the stairs when he was brutally attacked just after 11pm.
Two mobs approached him, punched him, and beat him on the head while he was dealing with a medical emergency.
On a violent night after the European final with Wembley, the officer was taken to the hospital with a facial fracture and serious injuries to his shoulder and upper body.
The force said he was discharged from the hospital on Monday and is currently recovering at home.
Detective Inspector Gary Pinner said: “This is a delightful development in our investigation of the shocking violence of a police officer helping a person in need.”
But he urged any witnesses who have not yet spoken to the police to come forward and the investigation into the incident continues.
The disgusting attack occurred after a night of riots in the capital after some football fans destroyed it A day that millions of true supporters are immensely proud As the fight broke out.
Anyone who knows any information about the attack can contact BTP by texting 61016 or calling 0800 40 50 40 citing reference number 631 on July 11, 21.
Alternatively, you can call the fight crime hotline of an independent charity anonymously by calling 0800 555 111.