Disturbing moment relating to Pat Cummins as a teenager was stabbed at a busy train station before his alleged attackers demanded he be ‘sorry’ – as mean trolls taunt the 14-year-old in sick social media posts
A 14-year-old boy, five teenagers have been charged with various offenses after a ‘close relative’ of Australian cricket captain Pat Cummins was stabbed.
A teenager left fighting for his life after being stabbed by knife-wielding thugs is said to be a close teenage relative of Australian cricket captain Pat Cummins.
The incident, which began in a park on Herring Road in Macquarie Park in Sydney’s north-west last Sunday, left the 14-year-old in a critical condition.
Police allege the injured boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was involved in a fight with a group of teenagers in the park before fleeing to Macquarie University train station where he was allegedly stabbed by one of the teenagers.
It is unclear exactly how he relates to Cummins, who captained Australia in the Ashes in England.
Shocking footage shared on social media shows the alleged attackers taunting the victim, demanding she ‘say sorry’, 7 News reported.
The 14-year-old alleged victim, who is a close relative of Pat Cummins (pictured with partner Becky Boston), was taken to hospital in critical condition.
The alleged victim is seen walking down the stairs with bloody arms and his T-shirt soaked in blood.
Another video shows him lying on top of an escalator with his T-shirt pulled up and his stomach covered in blood stains.
It was shared with the sick caption: ‘What’s up dude’ and a cry with a smiley emoji.
The man was taken to Westmead Children’s Hospital with stab wounds. Five people have been accused in this incident.
A video shows him lying on top of an escalator with his T-shirt pulled up and his stomach covered in blood stains. It was shared with the sick caption: ‘What’s up dude’ and a cry with a smiley emoji (pictured).
Police allege the injured boy got into a fight with a group of teenagers in the park before fleeing to Macquarie University train station (pictured) where one of the teenagers allegedly stabbed him.
A NSW Police spokesman said: ‘Following an investigation, five boys were arrested at Cherrybrook train station a short time later and reported to Ryde and Castle Hill police stations.’
Two boys, aged 13 and 15, have been charged with possession of a prohibited drug.
Three others, a 14-year-old and two 17-year-olds, were charged with fraud.
They have all been granted conditional bail and will appear at Surry Hills Children’s Court on Monday 26 June
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