A bus driver was violently attacked by a passenger this Thursday morning in Montereau-Fault-Yonne (Seine-et-Marne).
The facts took place shortly before 7 a.m., reports
La République de Seine-et-Marne
The driver noticed a man who was annoying several passengers and was insistent.
He asked him to get off, but the suspect refused and got angry very quickly, hitting the victim several times with a padlocked bicycle chain.
Interned in psychiatry
Other passengers, including the driver's wife, intervened to separate the attacker and his victim.
Injured in the hand, the bus driver received two days of ITT and asserted his right of withdrawal after the attack.
The suspect, a 60-year-old man, was arrested by police and taken into custody.
After examination by a psychiatrist who concluded the abolition of discernment at home, the sexagenarian was interned in psychiatry.
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