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NHS worker attacked and thrown from train after confronting passengers for not wearing masks

NHS worker attacked and thrown from train after confronting passengers for not wearing masks

The man was left with a broken eye socket and chipped jaw.

NHS worker attacked and thrown from train after confronting passengers for not wearing masks

An NHS worker has suffered injuries after being punched and thrown from a London Underground train for confronting three passengers for not wearing face masks.

It is currently mandatory for people to wear face coverings on London public transport, an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

According to the British Transport Police, the incident occurred at 10 pm on Saturday 3 October.

The NHS worker was on the train when he noticed two men and one woman not wearing face coverings.

The man approached the group about why they were not wearing face coverings, which led to an argument and attack.

One of the men punched the NHS worker several times before throwing him off the train, while the group stayed on.

According to reports, the victim suffered serious injuries, including three breaks to his eye socket and a chipped jaw.

The British Transport Police have released a photograph of a man in connection with the incident.

Latest figures show fines have been handed to almost 500 people in London for not adhering to the face coverings restrictions on public transport.

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