Another day, another act of violence on NYC’s subway.
On Sunday, a gang of females clad in head-tote neon-green leotards stormed a NYC subway and robbed several teenagers.
The “Green Goblin Gang” attacked two teen girls, stealing a purse and cellphone.
Socialist City Councilwoman Tiffany Cabán recent Tweet professing the safety of NY subways hasn’t aged well.
“Subway violence is a one-in-a-million event. As a believer in a violence-free NYC, I Still think that’s one too many, but let’s not let fear-mongering politicians and corporate media outlets scare us into thinking we have a a dangerous, scary public transit system.”
They’re the Green Goblin Gang — and the furious mom of one of their victims says the fiends were “complete animals,” randomly attacking her daughter on her birthday.
Newly released video captured the bizarre group of female robbers wearing full-body, neon green leotards as they punched and tossed around two 19-year-old women on a Times Square subway train about 2 a.m. Sunday. The victims were robbed of a cellphone and handbag, cops said.
The video posted on social media shows about six females dressed in green tossing around one of the teenagers and punching the other repeatedly in the face. Some of the attackers are also wearing hoods with face masks. They are still in the wind.
She’s in excruciating pain,” the mom said.
“When she breathes, it hurts. In one video, you can see the one girl kicked her and got her foot caught in my daughter’s purse strap.
The other teenage victim’s mom added to The Post that her daughter “was vomiting last night from the concussion, and we’re waiting to get a CAT scan of her head.
“There was a group of grown women who brutally attacked and robbed two young girls,” said the woman, who also spoke on condition of anonymity. “There were zero words exchanged. They literally attacked them and then kept coming over and over and over again.”