Watch: Mob in green bodysuits attack, rob passengers on NY subway

Crime up 30%

Videos are circulating online of a mob of female assailants clad in neon green body suits attacking and robbing unsuspecting passengers on the New York subway. 


A member of the group can be seen throwing a female passenger across the subway car while another shocked passenger shouts, “What the f✴✴k is going on?!”. 

In the background one of the assailants repeatedly punches a helpless woman in the face as she desperately tries to shield herself from the merciless attack. 

A second video shows the same mob waiting on the platform while one of them twerks. 

Figures released by the New York City Authorities show a 30.5% increase in crime when comparing statistics for July 2022 to July 2021. 

Six of the seven major index-crime categories saw increases, driven by a 40.6% increase in grand larceny (4,588 v. 3,262), a 37.2% increase in robbery (1,730 v. 1,261), and a 25.6% rise in burglary (1,325 v. 1,055).” 

NYPD have said, “ We are deploying additional officers – every day – in the precincts, transit districts, and housing developments that need them most”. 

In 2019 the NYPD said New York city had  “achieved record low overall index crime in 2019, improving upon last year’s records for public safety and crime reduction in the modern era. In 2019, overall crime is lower than in 2018, dropping to a new benchmark of approximately 95,000 incidents – with 872 fewer victims than last year.”  

In 2020 they reported a “record low” in crime numbers saying  there were “95,552 reported incidents – representing 681 fewer victims than last year”. 

Yesterday images emerged of a bloodied platform as it was reported a man was stabbed in the Times Square subway station. 

Late last month, a woman was savagely beaten in a New York subway station reportedly leaving her visually impaired

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