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09 October 2017, 04:47 | Lena Norman
A video has surfaced in which Ahmed who is tied to a pole can be seen being thrashed by Kumar and some other with sticks. Screen Grab
In a shocking incident, a Nigerian man was tied to a pole and brutally thrashed with sticks on suspicion of theft in the national capital. The African national was brutally beaten up by neighbours who accused him of theft and drugs.
According to NDTV, the incident took place two weeks ago when the man was caught outside a local resident's house.
In the disturbing video which is said to be shot on September 24, the Nigerian national can be seen screaming and pleading for mercy but nobody came for his help. Five people were arrested for the attacks. Unhinged by the emotional appeal of the helpless man, mob continued slapping and hitting him with sticks while asking where he had hidden the money.
A screen grab from the video which shows Ahmed being beaten up by locals in South Delhi's Malviya Nagar.
The man was allegedly caught while he was trying to rob a house.
While the Nigerian man was later arrested by the police, the unknown assailants who thrashed him are roaming free. By the time he was handed over to the police the same day, he was wounded and barely conscious.
A senior police officer said even though Ahmed had injuries, they were suspected to be because of the fall from the stairs but with the video surfacing now, they were probing the matter.
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