New video shows man brutally beaten outside Elton John concert at Dodger Stadium after saying his car was run over
- Shocking footage has surfaced of a man brutally beating him after an Elton John concert in Los Angeles last week.
- The video shows the victim with his hands on the ground, while the two assailants mercilessly punch and kick him until he loses consciousness.
- The victim’s wife was also injured in the attack and said she was lying on the floor and no one came to her aid.
- Neither has been publicly identified, but one of the two alleged perpetrators has been arrested by the Los Angeles Police Department.
- The show was part of Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour and his final set at Dodgers Stadium.
Shocking footage surfaced of a man brutally beating him after an Elton John concert in Los Angeles last week, and one perpetrator was arrested after he punched him unconscious. .
The victim said he left the concert when someone hit the side mirror of the car in which he and his wife were sitting.
When he got out of the car and asked who did it, a woman approached him and claimed it was her before trying to put her hands on him.
The video shows a man in the parking lot of Dodgers Stadium being beaten repeatedly as he falls to the ground with his hands up at another man in a blue shirt.
When the victim was kicked to the ground after trying to get up, another attacker in a black shirt joined in and delivered a violent punch to the face, apparently knocking the beaten man unconscious.
The video begins with a man in a blue shirt punching his victim and kicking him back to the floor as he tries to get up.
The man was beaten further and knocked unconscious while lying defenseless on the floor
A man in a black shirt throws and punches a female friend out of the way before charging a bystander and attempting to steal her phone.
The identities of the two attackers have not been released, but one suspect has been arrested in connection with the assault.
The victims remain unidentified as well, but bring their stories to KCAL9, recounting the harrowing attacks.
“The next moment, a large gorilla was approaching. This man was wailing at me. I fought back, but I don’t think I did anything,” the victim told KABC-TV.
At this point Main in a blue shirt came over and started beating him. This prompted victims to defend themselves.
This is around the beginning of the video, and the man says, “Now I see another leg.” people hit me My wife came and said they were pulling people away from me.
You can clearly see the man being beaten, but his wife’s ordeal was also horrific.
She got out of the car when she saw a crowd forming around her husband, but when she tried to help him, she grabbed him by the hair and threw him to the ground.
“I felt like I had been rammed and thrown and my head hit the pavement and I lost consciousness,” she said.
Her husband stood by it, saying, “She got knocked out, I got knocked out. Nobody came to help us.”
Two attackers have not been publicly identified, but one suspect has been arrested in connection with the attacks
The victim’s wife looked helplessly at her husband, unconscious after being beaten, and asked, “If it wasn’t for me, if I was bleeding to death from a brain injury, who would help me?” I was.
“To leave my husband on the floor to die…if I wasn’t there, if he had a brain injury and was bleeding to death, who would help him?” she asked.
At the end of the video, the two men can be seen escaping as they are followed by a crowd of curious onlookers.
The Los Angeles Police Department released a statement on the incident, saying, “The City of Los Angeles is home to many types of entertainment. It is always tragic when acts of violence undermine the public’s sense of security in attending such events.” .
“The Los Angeles Police Department is committed to restoring public sensibility. [of] Stay safe and always seek justice in this case,” they added.
The show was part of Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, and the final concert of his set at Dodgers Stadium took place on Sunday.
The 75-year-old singer was joined on stage by other celebrities such as Dua Lipa, Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger and Jude Law.