May 8, 2021 01:14

New York teens act like pack of wild animals beating on SUV in traffic

NEW YORK — A group of teens was caught on camera blocking traffic on a street in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday and maliciously attacking an SUV in broad daylight.

Actually, that is putting it nicely. The suspects acted like a pack of wild animals, pulverizing its prey to submission.

The Twitter account NY Actions on Tuesday afternoon posted back-to-back videos of the incident, which appeared to show dozens of teens on bicycles stopping traffic in the area of Fifth Avenue and 21st Street.

The juvenile suspects appeared to target one vehicle in particular: a 2019 BMW SUV, Fox News reported.

The 36-year-old driver — who wasn’t identified — told police he had stopped at an intersection in the area to allow a large group of bicyclists to pass.

In a 14-second clip, multiple people in the group are shown jumping on the hood of the vehicle. The teens also appeared to take turns damaging the vehicle. One teen was seen using his bike to smash the hood of the vehicle while another was seen jumping on the windshield, causing it to partially shatter and cave in.

In another clip, posted from a separate Twitter account, another teen is seen repeatedly punching the side of the vehicle.

Police told Fox News that they received a report that a vehicle had been damaged in the area of Fifth Avenue and East 21st Street around 4 p.m. but that the suspects fled the scene.

The driver told authorities that one bicyclist “came in contact” with his car. He has also refused medical attention, police said.

 

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top