A foreigner attacks Korean elderly
Sat, Oct 09, 2010
The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

A shocking video has surfaced showing a young foreigner violently attacking an older Korean man. The video clip has been spreading over the Internet and creating an uproar among netizens.

The video shows the foreigner, a male whom police said is 31, repeatedly punching the old man in the head several times after an argument. After punching him, he is seen cursing at the older man as he is pulled away by another man at the scene.

"I fought in Iraq for six years to put up with your (expletive) and I killed more men" he screams. than you ever met,

Police in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, reported that the two men started the quarrel at a pool hall in Itaewon.

Police said that the Korean man is 58.

The victim declined to file a formal charge against his attacker. However, after watching the video, online users claim that the suspect needs to be punished.

"It is shocking," one online user commented. "This needs to be traced until the suspect receives punishment."

"How can one live in Itaewon after this violence," another user said.

Warning: This video contains disturbing content and strong language.

Video link: http://www.youtube.com/v/3LJG6kC5Pl4?fs=1&hl=ko_KR

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