Two women assaulted after asking man to stop feeding pigeons
Police in Haringey are appealing for information after a man assaulted two women when they asked him to stop feeding pigeons.
The police were called on Friday, October 16 just before 8.30 in the morning by a member of the public who stated that two women had been assaulted in Finsbury Park at Seven Sisters Road.
Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found two women at the location with minor head and facial injuries.
Enquiries established that a woman in her thirties had been at the location with her daughter and had witnessed a man feeding pigeons at the location.
When the woman asked him not to feed the pigeons she was assaulted.
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Another woman, aged in her twenties who witnessed the incident was assaulted as she came to the first woman’s aid. Neither of the women were seriously injured and did not require hospital treatment.
The suspect is described as a white male with a ginger beard. He was wearing black trousers, a black jacket and appeared unkempt.
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No arrests have been made. Enquiries are ongoing.
Officers from Haringey are still investigating.