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Man Struck With a Beer Bottle at Sunnyside Restaurant: NYPD

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Feb. 14, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

The police are looking for a suspect who struck a man in the head with a beer bottle inside a Sunnyside restaurant earlier this month.

The attack took place on Feb. 2, at Bajeko Sekuwa New York, located at 43-16 Queens Blvd. at around 1:45 a.m. Police said that the attack was unprovoked, with no words exchanged or prior interactions before the assault.

The victim, 23, was cut and was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition.

The police released photos of the suspect.

Anyone with information in regard to the suspect is asked to call the Detective Squad at 718-784-5441.

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Gardens Watcher

@Gardens Watcher

It may well be a mental illness. Or a copycat crime.
Speaking of copycats, please don’t copy my post name.

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Mac

@Mike the Ike-
“A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves and traitors are not victims, but accomplices. “ Trump stole $2 Million from veterans, Trump was forced by a judge to pay it back. Trump was forced by a judge to pay his fraud victims $28 Million he stole from them with his bogus university scam. Trump has earlier convictions for stock fraud, illegal demolition, hiring illegal Polish immigrants and housing discrimination. You obviously have a very fragile mental state if you’re comparing a simple late night bar fight to an odd political obsession.

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@Gardens Watcher

I think it’s more society allowing mentally ill people outside without any sort of nurse maid. Sanctuary city and Demnonsense.

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Mike The Ike

was the victim wearing a MAGA hat? Dems had a bad week. How much more stress can the left take after Iowa & Trumps acquittal and his approval rating skyrocketing. Beer bottle today, who knows what tomorrow.
Stay safe Sunnyside! Its inly going to get uglier heading to Nov

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Sunnyside

There is no way this was unprovoked. Nobody wanders into restaurant at 2am and smashes bottle over head. Someone knows this person at this restaurant they leave to stay quiet. I never saw a single white person visit this place, they all know each other.

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@Gardens Watcher

This is what you get when you have someone with undiagnosed or diagnosed mental incapacity allowed out alone.

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#dumpdeblasio

A young man was assaulted, punched in the head and pepper sprayed by two miscreants a week ago at the 52nd Street number 7 subway stop. Under Cuomo’s lovely bail reform bill, they would be let go anyway, so what is the use of even arresting them????

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Frank Talks

The unprovoked attacks are happening cos the criminals are getting off easy nowadays. I’m not worry about coronavirus or any diseases but being assault for no reason. NYC is having a mayor & his henchmen are friendly to the criminals.

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Elmhurts

“The victim, 23, was cut and was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in stable condition.” After waiting for several hours in the emergency room, he was probably downgraded to critical.

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Gardens Watcher

What’s up with these unprovoked attacks to the head on complete strangers? Is this a gang-related thing?

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