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A black woman approaches two Asian women walking on the streets of Manhattan, New York, USA, and suddenly assaults them.
Without a chance to escape, he rushed into the craziness and threatened by swinging the hammer he had in his hand.
Theresa, a 31-year-old Taiwanese woman, was struck by such a catastrophe while walking around West 42nd at 8:45 pm on the 2nd.
Teresa was on the way with her friend due to the recent surge in hate crimes, but the perpetrator shouted, "Take off your mask," and then began brutal assault.
When Teresa was struck in the head, she was immediately taken to the hospital and had to sew seven needles.
New York police are tracking the perpetrator, seeing the incident as a hate crime against Asians.
After the Corona 19 pandemic, crimes targeting Asians followed, protests across the U.S. to stop discrimination have continued, but hate crimes are still continuing.
Netizens responded by saying, "It's savagery. I don't think I'm going to go to America for a while" and "Racism hate crimes and punishments must be 10 times stronger!"
(Screen source: NYPD)