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Australia Thug randomly attacks office worker in CBD

16:08  11 july  2018
16:08  11 july  2018 Source:   9news.com.au

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Office Manager Simon Breheny has said he feels more worried about his safety after a thug attacked him at random in Melbourne’s CBD . Mr Breheny was leaving his office building in Collins Street via the fire escape late afternoon on a Wednesday

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a man holding a sign: The victim snapped an image of the attacker on his phone before the assault escalated. Picture: 9NEWS© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd The victim snapped an image of the attacker on his phone before the assault escalated. Picture: 9NEWS Office Manager Simon Breheny has said he feels more worried about his safety after a thug attacked him at random in Melbourne’s CBD.

Mr Breheny was leaving his office building in Collins Street via the fire escape late afternoon on a Wednesday, when he realised a man was lying across the doorway sleeping, blocking his path.

The 30-year-old asked the man to move, which he did; but once the victim had passed him, the brute chased after him. First, he pushed him to the ground and onto the road – Mr Breheny managed to get up and take a photo of his attacker.

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But the assault continued.

“He grabbed me by the tie and had me up against the wall and he was strangling me with my tie - that was probably the most terrifying part of the whole incident because he was grabbing me quite hard, he was strangling me really hard around the neck,” the victim told 9NEWS.

Luckily, the manager only suffered minor injuries including cuts and grazes; his suit was also ripped, and the offender snatched his glasses off his face and threw them into a nearby bin.

a close up of a man: Mr Breheny was left with minor injuries, but said he is now concerned about his safety. Picture: 9NEWS© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Mr Breheny was left with minor injuries, but said he is now concerned about his safety. Picture: 9NEWS

The victim said he’s now a bit more wary of his safety in public.

“The main effect it's had on me is I'm a little bit more concerned for my own safety - you've got a sense of concern and worry about whether or not this will happen again.”

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When asked about his attacker, he said, “Frankly, I hope he gets locked up!”

The 30-year-old office worker was left with broken glasses and a bloodied shirt following the ordeal. Picture: 9NEWS© Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd The 30-year-old office worker was left with broken glasses and a bloodied shirt following the ordeal. Picture: 9NEWS

Mr Breheny said were at least seven or eight witnesses to the attack who didn’t do anything to help, and he was left to dial Triple-Zero himself.

Crime Stoppers continues to hunt the offender, who is described as Caucasian in appearance, aged in his 30s and has tattoos along both of his arms.

At the time of the January 10 attack, he was wearing black jeans, a red t-shirt and was barefoot.

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

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