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WASHINGTON D.C.– Cell phone footage of a man being beat up by a group of children at the L’Enfant Plaza Metro station in Washington D.C has been circulated over the internet through the site Worldstarhiphop.

The man, Allen Haywood, claims he was attacked for no apparent reason. TBD reports:

As he read with his back to the station wall, “all of a sudden someone whacked me on the back of the head really hard,” he recalls.

Haywood finally got free and sprinted to the station booth. He banged on the glass and told the station manager to call 911. With gashes and blood on his face, he ran back to the scene of the attack, hoping the kids would be detained. The ones who’d delivered the beating were gone, but the kids who’d filmed it were still there – and they still had their cell phones in Haywood’s face, taunting him.

“How are you doing, sir?”

“Any comment, sir?”

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