Bystander Stops Man Who Allegedly Pulled Out Knife, Yelled Anti-Asian Slurs at Woman in NYC

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The NYPD released photos of a man who allegedly kicked, spewed anti-Asian remarks and pulled a knife on a woman in Manhattan on Monday.

What happened: The 23-year-old victim was walking on West 26th Street Sixth and Seventh Avenue when the alleged suspect kicked her behind her leg and yelled anti-Asian slurs just before midnight, according to PIX11.

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  • The NYPD said the suspect allegedly told the woman, “F**k you, you f**king Chinese people, f**k you” and “You f**king Asian. Get the f**k away from me, I’m going to beat the s**t out of you,” the New York Post reported.

  • He allegedly pulled out a knife on the victim and a passerby who attempted to help the woman.

  • The suspect fled and was last seen heading eastbound on West 26th Street.

  • The woman suffered pain in her back and right leg, and refused medical assistance, the NYPD told NextShark in a statement.

Second incident: Another incident reportedly took place that evening at the intersection of Chambers Street and West Broadway in Tribeca.

  • A man allegedly yelled at a 57-year-old Asian woman and told her, “F**king Chinese people.”

  • He also tried to touch one of the woman’s grandchildren, but the victim pulled the child away, prompting the suspect to flee from the scene.

  • It’s unclear if the two incidents are connected, but both incidents are being investigated by NYPD’s Hate Crime Task Force.

Anyone who might have information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

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