Frankston Melbourne assault: Police charge man over one-punch assault
A apprehensive tradesman who thumped out a stranger passing him on the trail has been charged with strike by police after a brief manhunt.
The man’s brother, who was gotten on CCTV pitilessly giggling as the casualty lay semi-conscious on the ground, was addressed yet discharged without charge.
The unmerited strike took put on Thursday night in Melbourne’s south-east, with Victoria Police discharging film of the sickening assault on the weekend.
Security vision ignoring the path, next to Nepean Parkway in Frankston, catches three men wearing hi-visibility garments strolling together at about 7.45pm.
The asserted assailant what’s more, his giggling sibling went into hiding, 7 News reports, yet are accepted to have given themselves into police on Monday morning following boundless outrage.
The charged attacker, a 32-year-old Frankston South man, was charged with deliberately causing damage what’s more, will confront court today.
It’s caught on his sibling was too addressed be that as it may discharged pending further inquiries.
Witnesses say they taken after a trail of blood to the victim, be that as it may he declined their offer assistance what’s more, fled the scene.
Police affirmed the casualty was a 43-year-old Frankston North man, yet did not uncover his identity.
The man, who was wearing a hooded jumper at the time what’s more, is not accepted to have known the gathering of men, cleared out his broken dentures at the scene of the attack.
Police accept he would have endured genuine facial wounds as a result of the assault.
‘A sickening what’s more, horrendous attack, extremely unprovoked, which was not called for,’ Victoria Police Senior Constable Joel Barbera said.
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