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Woman kicked down Brooklyn subway station escalator after telling man who shoved her ‘say excuse me’

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The NYPD is looking for a man (pictured) accused of kicking a woman in the chest on a subway station escalator Thursday night, causing her to fall several meters.

Surveillance cameras captured the horrifying moment when a woman was kicked in the chest on an escalator at a Brooklyn subway station, causing her to fall several meters.

New York City police say the 32-year-old was assaulted after she confronted a man around 7:15 p.m. Thursday who pushed past her on the escalator at Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center Station.

According to the Daily news, the woman told her attacker to say “excuse me.”

He replied ‘I did it’ and kicked her in the chest.

The victim fell backwards to the bottom of the escalator as the suspect ascended the escalator and exited the station.

According to police, the woman suffered cuts and bruises to her back, arms, legs, right knee and right thigh and trauma to her left ankle, noting that she refused medical attention at the scene.

New York City police say the 32-year-old woman was assaulted after confronting a man who pushed her up the escalator at Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center Station at 7:15 p.m.

New York City police say the 32-year-old woman was assaulted after confronting a man who pushed her up the escalator at Atlantic Avenue-Barclays Center Station at 7:15 p.m.

The woman told her attacker that she

The woman told her attacker that she “excuse me.” He reportedly replied ‘I did’ and kicked her in the chest

The victim fell backwards to the bottom of the escalator as the suspect ascended the escalator and exited the station

The victim fell backwards to the bottom of the escalator as the suspect ascended the escalator and exited the station

The NYPD released photos of the suspect Sunday night and is asking the public for help identifying him.

Anyone with information about the suspect’s identity or whereabouts is requested to call the NYPD Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

The attack comes as crime continues to rise in New York City.

Last Friday, police arrested a 37-year-old man in connection with a series of attacks on Manhattan. The age of the victim ranged from 11 to 31 years.

The groping attacks involved a man on a scooter who casually rode his bicycle to his victims before groping their breasts and driving away

The groping victims ranged in age from 11 to 31

The groping attacks involved a man on a scooter who casually rode his bicycle to his victims before groping their breasts and driving away. The groping victims ranged in age from 11 to 31

The attacks involved a man on a scooter who casually rode his bicycle to his victims before groping their breasts and driving away.

The suspect has been linked to at least six of the nine reported tactile incidents.

The arrest of the alleged trooper followed a violent Labor Day Weekend in New York City, where nine people were shot and killed.

Among them was a 21-year-old immigrant cab driver who was caught Sunday morning in the early hours of a gunfight in Harlem and died three days later.

A 21-year-old immigrant taxi driver was caught in the crossfire of a gunfight in Harlem in the early hours of September 5, and died three days later

A 21-year-old immigrant taxi driver was caught in the crossfire of a gunfight in Harlem in the early hours of September 5, and died three days later

NYPD investigates multiple shooting in the Bronx over Labor Day weekend that left one dead and another in stable condition in hospital

NYPD investigates multiple shooting in the Bronx over Labor Day weekend that left one dead and another in stable condition in hospital

In an unrelated incident, two men were brutally assaulted with a glass bottle and screwdriver while being called out at a Brooklyn bodega early morning on September 4 as homophobic slander.

The two male victims, aged 36 and 28, tried to buy food at 2:10 a.m. at a store at 1559 Broadway in Bushwick, Brooklyn, according to the NYPD.

They were approached by two unknown men who engaged them in a verbal altercation and made “anti-gay statements,” according to police.

The men attacked the victims with a glass bottle and a screwdriver before stealing an iPhone and money and running away on foot.

The suspects above allegedly assaulted two men with a screwdriver and glass bottle, threw a homophobic slur at one of them, and stole money and an iPhone before fleeing the scene.

The suspects above allegedly assaulted two men with a screwdriver and a glass bottle, threw a homophobic slur at one of them, and stole money and an iPhone before fleeing the crime scene.

The incident happened at 2:10 a.m. on Sept. 4 at a store at 1559 Broadway in Bushwick, Brooklyn

The incident happened at 2:10 a.m. on Sept. 4 at a store at 1559 Broadway in Bushwick, Brooklyn

According to data released by the NYPD, total crime in the city fell 5.4 percent in August and 0.92 percent in the week before September 5, compared to the same period last year.

The number of crimes and shooting incidents fell in August by 3.7 percent and no less than 30.7 percent, respectively. Through September 5, the same crimes increased by 5.5 percent and 1.7 percent, respectively.

However, the number of sexual assaults is up 26.2 percent this year, with 3,278 reported incidents in the year to September 5, compared to 2,597 in the same period last year.

The number of rapes rose by 8.5 percent in August and 4.5 percent through September 5.

According to NYPD statistics, crime in the Big Apple decreased overall in August compared to the same month last year

According to NYPD statistics, crime in the Big Apple decreased overall in August compared to the same month last year

However, certain crimes increased through September 5, including rape, misdemeanors and shooting incidents

However, certain crimes increased through September 5, including rape, misdemeanors and shooting incidents

Meanwhile, New York Police Commissioner Dermot Shea has called for reform amid the crime wave, arguing that the “soft on crimes experiment” has been a disaster.

“This city is built on public safety,” Commissioner Shea said in an August interview with Spectrum News.

“We’re probably about two years into this ‘soft-on-criminals’ experiment, if you will, ‘let’s clear out the jails and show me a New Yorker who currently thinks this experiment has worked. It’s been a disaster.’

Shea said he hopes New York’s new governor Kathy Hochul will make the necessary changes to increase security in the city.

“Common sense is what we need. Reforms are good, but let’s make reforms that are aligned in such a way with the input of law enforcement,” he argued.

“It’s time to fix these laws and get back to where we all need to be.”

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