Harrow attack: Knifeman in 'Anonymous' mask attacks man in front of terrified diners

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A knifeman wearing an “Anonymous” mask attacked a man as terrified diners looks on.

The 20-year-old victim suffered wounds to his hands and his legs as he tried to defend himself from the knifeman outside a packed restaurant in Harrow on Thursday evening.

Customers barricaded themselves inside shops along Streatfield Road as the victim managed to fend off the masked attacker, who then fled the scene.

One terrified customer posted a harrowing account on Facebook soon after the savage attack, which took place at about 8pm.

She wrote: “The [knifeman] came to the entrance of Skipjacks wearing a hoodie and a Halloween style mask, he had a 8inch knife in his hand. I was terrified I thought he was going to come in and start randomly slashing people but he left again thank God.

“The young man had a wound to his hand and a deep slash just below his left knee.  The attacker needs to be caught and quickly.”

The user later posted a picture of a Guy Fawkes mask, which has been adopted by the activist group Anononymous, to describe attacker.

Scotland Yard said the victim is in a serious but stable condition and no arrests have been made.


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