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Man on Livestream Video Saved Singapore man From Being Killed in London Street
A 21-year-old Singaporean student was caught on a Livestream video getting mugget in real-time in the streets of London on April 10, 2021, by a knife carrying man. The live streamer saw the man calling for help and chased the attacker away twice in total before a crowd gathered and deterred the mugger further.
The Singaporean man was identified as Raymond Hing, while the live streamer is known as Sherwin where he was walking around central London that night and filming his video where suddenly he notices Sherwin cries for help and ran to assist him. Hing who has a visible cut was bleeding and his face appeared battered, despite Sherwin’s presence at the scene, the attacker could still be seen trying to grab Hing’s bicycle as he circled back to the victim’s side.
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Sherwin then dialled for emergency services using his phone and the whole scene were caught on camera and Hing was seen in the video describing the attacker as being 1.7m tall and wearing a blue jacket, he also said that it was an attempted murder where he is armed and dangerous. The Metropolitan Police said that they received a call at 12.49 am about an attempted robbery in Whitcomb Street and the victim is then treated by London Ambulance Service at the scene.
Sherwin said that he didn’t think about his own safety and well being at that time and he remained at the scene until the ambulance arrives and the police. He said he just thought of trying to stop the attack.