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Man attacked by teens at Manor House station after they threw rubbish at him on Tube

PUBLISHED: 10:37 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 17:04 13 November 2017

The man was attacked when leaving Manor House. Picture: Google

The man was attacked when leaving Manor House. Picture: Google

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A man was attacked leaving Manor House station after he confronted a group of yobs who chucked rubbish at him on the Tube.

British Transport Police are now appealing for witnesses to the shocking assault at 6pm on September 2.

The victim had spoken up after having stuff thrown at him by the five teenagers.

Anyone who was at the station or who saw what happened can contact BTP on 0800 40 50 40 with reference 398 of 02/09.

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