Daniel Radcliffe Rushes to Help Mugging Victim in London

Rebecca Barbier
Julho 17, 2017

Daniel Radcliffe came to the aid of a tourist who was slashed in the face during a robbery over a Louis Vuitton bag in London.

The 27-year-old actor was among a group of people who helped the victim after the attack in West London.

The victim was walking on a side road off Chelsea's fashionable King's Road when he was targeted on Friday evening.

One witness named David Videcette, who was formerly part of the Met's counter-terror unit, said that he noticed two men behaving suspiciously.

Of the scary incident, Videcette commented, "They grappled with him on the pavement".

Ex-cop David Videcette told the Evening Standard he followed the moped muggers, even shunting their bike with his auto before they sped off.

Videcette chased after the perpetrators but eventually lost them, before returning to the victim and finding Radcliffe there.

He said: "It was a bit of the surreal moment, I said "you're Daniel Radcliffe" and he replied "I am".

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He told the Standard: 'He was a really nice bloke, a lot of stars wouldn't have stopped to help.

"The victim was very, very shaken up".

'Officers from Kensington and Chelsea investigate.

A Met Police spokesperson told the newspaper: "Police were called at approximately 6.10pm on Friday, July 14 to reports of a robbery in Hortensia Road".

The two men reportedly stole the man's Louis Vuitton bag and left him with a facial injury.

Unfortunately, the robbers did get away with snatching the man's bag and not only that, the victim, in his 50s, was slashed in the face.

"No arrests were made and enquiries continue".

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