A Brooklyn man was slashed in the head, the cut so deep it reached his skull, when he was beaten and robbed by five brutes — who then treated themselves to a $200 feast at a nearby McDonald’s with his credit card, the victim told the Daily News.
Kenneth Wong, 38, was walking on Chestnut St. near Glenmore Ave. in East New York when he was jumped from behind by five men around 5 p.m. Friday, cops said.
Shocking surveillance video obtained by The News shows the group approaching an unsuspecting Wong from behind and slashing him in the head. The victim raises his hands to his wound before one of the thugs punches him in the face, causing him to fall to the ground. Another man runs up and stomps on Wong’s head before they rifle through his pockets and take off with his wallet, leaving him bloody and dazed on the sidewalk.
“I was on my way from work, I just was going back to my house and the next thing you know, these guys came right up beside me and decided to attack me and stole my wallet,” Wong told the Daily News.
Wong, who works as a government employee, said his wallet contained about $20, several credit cards and his driver’s license.