30/04/2014

Faeces Thrown In Hate Attack

A man has been hit in the face with faeces in what police are describing as a "hate attack" in Belfast.

The Romanian man was cycling on the Newtownards road on Wednesday morning at about 09:15 when the attacker, dressed in dark clothing, emerged and threw faeces at him.

The victim was taken to hospital for treatment.

Police said the man ran off towards the Island Resource Centre. They have asked any witnesses to the incident to contact.

(IT)

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