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A man was left in a Bronx street after a brutal punch knocked him out, leaving him behind for people to pick his pockets and take pictures of him while he's unconscious.
Police say two attackers walked up to the 37-year-old man last Monday morning in the area of Aqueduct Avenue and Buchanan Place in University Heights. One of the suspects wound up and delivered a knockout blow on the victim, who then fell to the ground in the middle of the intersection.
The attackers then walked away, leaving the unconscious man alone, according to the NYPD. Video shows the pair walking away from the scene and high-fiving each other with grins on their faces.
Moments later, others walk up to the victim and go through his pockets, swiping his cellphone and ID, authorities said. Cops claim the two attackers then returned and took photos of the victim as he lay unconscious on the ground.
The victim was taken to an area hospital, where he is in critical condition. He is suffering from a fractured skull
(via NBC4 New York)