A lucky cyclist in Lisbon has managed to dodge a robbery attempt on his bike by two fellow Africans while recording the whole scene, including their subsequent arrest
The video, titled ‘Catching bike thieves‘, from famous local YouTuber ‘One Cyclist in Lisbon’ with over 53 thousand subscribers managed not only to show the robbery attempt, not only to the biker but also to other cyclist, as well as the African thug’s arrest.
The video starts at night, while the biker is peddling through a small bridge the African thugs approach, one of them grabs his bike, “Hey” one of them says. The cyclist replies, “excuse me, let me ride”, “easy and put the phone here [in my hand]” replies the thug while grabbing his back wheel and pushing his bike.
“What is your problem!?” the biker replies as he kicks him with his leg in order to defend himself.
As the would-be robbers leave him, 30 seconds later they too try to rob somebody else’s bikes and values. As the other bikers escape, he said to them that he would call the police to solve the situation to what the African thugs reply “Call the Cops, we are not Afraid”, showing the relative impunity and discontent that they have towards the authorities.
The three bikers than go to the nearest police station and try to find the thugs and are promptly arrested, all recorded on camera. Justice well served, this time.
A lucky cyclist in Lisbon has managed to dodge a robbery attempt on his bike and possesions by two fellow Africans while recording the whole scene, including their subsequent arrestVideo credit to: One Cyclist in LisbonRead more here: https://www.defendevropa.com/2019/news/call-the-cops-we-are-not-afraid-robbery-attempt-recorded-by-cyclist-youtuber-in-lisbon/
Gepostet von Defend Europa am Mittwoch, 25. September 2019
Lisbon and it’s surrounding areas have been increasingly seen a spike in crime from these African communities, with African riots going violent in late January and beach stabbings occurring early in May from these groups of people.
As we can see in this chart, 1 out of 73 PALOPs (País Africano de Língua Oficial Portuguesa or African Country of Official Portuguese Language) citizen is arrested, a much higher representation of their population to the general Portuguese Population which makes it 1 out of 736 citizens.