The CCTV image shows a BEARDED man – shades of Lee Rigby.
London is bloody war zone. Meanwhile pussy-whipped Prince Harry is prancing around Google’s annual deluxe retreat in Sicily warning the climate sky is falling.
The 28-year-old soldier was also left with extensive injuries to his face, a broken nose, a fractured cheekbone, and eye sockets.
Soldier in uniform brutally attacked in central London
By Arthur Lyons Voice of Europe,
Police in London have initiated a manhunt after a soldier in uniform was left with fractured skull after he was savagely attacked by an unknown assailant in central London.
According to a statement made by the Metropolitan Police, the attack was so bad that the 28-year-old soldier was also left with extensive injuries to his face, a broken nose, a fractured cheekbone, and eye sockets.
Following the attack which was nearby Piccadilly Circus, the soldier was rushed to the hospital where he required multiple surgeries.
Immediately, the Metropolitan Police released a CCTV screenshot of the attacker who they’re still trying to arrest after they were notified of the incident sometime after the attack occurred at 3:20 am last night.
The CCTV image shows a bearded man with short dark hair who appears to be a black sweater and blue jeans.
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