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Australia Woman, 20, is 'punched repeatedly in the head by a stranger on a Melbourne bus after asking him to take his feet off the seat'

02:10  08 april  2020
02:10  08 april  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Video: Woman , 20 , is ' punched repeatedly in the head by a stranger on a Melbourne bus after asking him to take his feet off the seat '.

A man is accused of punching a bus driver, 57, repeatedly in the head . The driver demanded the violent passenger get off the bus but was forced to continue to the man's The man is suspected of another unprovoked attack on a woman just before he boarded the bus at Doncaster shopping centre.

a man wearing a uniform: Police released CCTV footage of a man they believe can assist with their inquiries © Provided by Daily Mail Police released CCTV footage of a man they believe can assist with their inquiries A hunt is underway to find a man who allegedly attacked a young woman on a Melbourne bus after she told him to take his feet off the seat.

The Footscray woman, 20, was travelling on a Route 220 bus from Sunshine to the CBD when a male passenger put his feet on her seat. 

The woman asked the man to remove his feet from the seat, only for him to stand up and allegedly repeatedly punch her in the head as the bus travelled along Footscray Road.   

The man was last seen getting off the bus at the intersection of Dudley Street and Wurundjeri Way in Docklands.

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Fired: Bus driver Troy Fischer was fired after a video was released that appeared to show him The video shows Fischer punching the passenger 18 times. He then drags him off the bus and leaves In the video, Fischer is heard telling his supervisor after the attack that he put the passenger off the

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a close up of a person: Pictured is a man police believe can assist with inquiries into the alleged incident © Provided by Daily Mail Pictured is a man police believe can assist with inquiries into the alleged incident The woman suffered minor injuries.

Victoria Police have released CCTV images of a man who they believe can assist with their inquiries into the March 12 incident which happened at around 10.30am. 

The man is described as being of African appearance, aged 30-40, 175cm tall with black afro-like hair with short sides and a comb in it, a beard and diamond earrings.

He was wearing a brown tweed jacket, light-coloured shirt and pants, brown leather shoes and carrying a cross-body bag.

Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

a car parked in a parking lot: The man got off the bus at the intersection of Dudley Street and Wurundjeri Way in Docklands (pictured) © Provided by Daily Mail The man got off the bus at the intersection of Dudley Street and Wurundjeri Way in Docklands (pictured)

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