Fall in and out: A man gets cold with one punch during a ridiculous fist fight in the middle of Manhattan Street
- A video clip filmed by a passerby at the Manhattan crossing shows two men wrestling
- Knockout ends the fight and sends the person to the ground
- New York City’s assault crime rate is up 19% from 2021 with 2,310 more incidents reported
This is the cruel moment when a cold man is knocked down with one punch in a fistfight in New York City.
A video clip filmed by a passerby at a busy Manhattan crossing shows two men wrestling on a busy street, surrounded by cars, pedestrians, and even cyclists on July 7.
The couple dances around each other – before the knockout blow ends the street fight and sends the person to the ground.
A quick blow from the man in the white shirt hits the sluggish older man in the jaw, who was slow to raise his hands.
The lights go out immediately and he collapses forward, hitting the road in his face.
The victor performs a small dance in celebration and then picks up the man’s weak legs, pulls him slightly, and throws them forward in such a way that the back of the unconscious man is twisted.
Then they returned to the hard asphalt like a sack of potatoes, although the man later regained consciousness.
The couple dances around each other – before the knockout ends the quarrel and sends the person to the ground
The lights go out instantly and he collapses forward, hitting the road in his face
The victor performs a small dance in celebration and then picks up the lame man’s legs, pulls him slightly, and throws them forward in such a way that the back of the unconscious man is twisted.
An eyewitness said: ‘I was with my son when I saw the fight break out. I really thought about the worst for a moment, but luckily we saw him wake up.
It’s the latest violent daylight attack to hit the Big Apple as crime escalates, with New York Mayor Eric Adams saying he had “never witnessed a crime on this scale” in May.
In New York City, criminal assault is up 19 percent from 2021 with 2,310 more incidents reported, according to NYPD statistics.
Statistics for the year to date show that 14,461 incidents of assault were reported, compared to 12,151 attacks during the same period last year.
Crime overall in the state across various spectrums, including murder, rape and robbery, is up 36.9% with 18,618 incidents reported so far compared to last year.
Grand theft is the biggest crime in the city with felony assault soon after.
Two people were killed and at least 12 others injured in 11 separate shootings and stabbings in a night of bloodshed in New York City on July 17.
New York Police Department statistics show that total major crimes have risen more than 30 percent since 2021.
Mayor Eric Adams, who vowed to crack down on crime when he took office in January, has so far failed to bring about a change in the problem.
There has also been a backlash against crime facilitation policies as rates of murder and violence soar during the Covid-19 pandemic, fueling fears that Los Angeles, New York and other cities are returning to the crime-ridden 1990s.
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