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Group of six women in green leotards attack, rob two teens on NYC subway

Group of six women in green leotards attack, rob two teens on NYC subway

A group of six women all wearing bright green leotards are being called the Green Goblin Gang, as video shows them punching and tossing around two 19-year-old women on a Times Square subway train around 2 a.m. on October 2, officials said.

The two victims were robbed of a cell phone and handbag, authorities said. The mother of one of the victims talked to the New York Post, saying, “She said she was attacked by aliens, and I didn’t know what she was talking about.”

Well, after seeing the video, which can be seen below, it makes sense with what her daughter was talking about. It shows a group of sex women dressed in green tossing around one of the teens and punching the other repeatedly in the face. Some of the women are also seen wearing hoods with face masks.

According to the mother, “They were just literally standing to get on the train. These wretched grown women came down the stairs being all loud. They went to get into the train, and one of them bumped [the friend].”

The mother continued, “My daughter was like, ‘Come on’ [to her friend], and they got in the other car. Then the women came in their car through the door between the cars. They attacked my daughter. There was a woman with red curly hair, and she was helping [the teen]. And there was a man who took his sweatshirt off and helped the girls. He got hit. My daughter, she had like five of the girls on her at one time. [She and her friend] were both punched in the face.”

Both of the girls have injuries from the attack, as one is getting chest X-rays and CAT scans done. She also has bruises on both her arms and legs, as well as getting bit on her shoulder. The other victim was vomiting all night from the concussion and they are waiting to get a CAT scan of her head, the mother said.

According to Yahoo! News, the NYPD public information office said the green bodysuit-clad women all escaped the subway and are still on the loose. One of the victims’ parents reportedly said that detectives have seen the attackers’ social media pages.

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