THIS is the horrifying moment a Polish man is savagely attacked after asking a stranger for directions in London.
Kamil Sobala had stepped off a bus at Victoria coach station just minutes before he was beaten unconscious.
The 31-year-old, who has lived in London before, was returning to live in the UK on the day of the assault.
Punters at a pub in posh Westminster captured the battering on their mobile phones.
Mr Sobala told MyLondon: "I was going to meet some friends and went past the pub to ask directions because my phone was dead.
"I wanted to know where to go to charge my phone and where the underground station was.
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"These guys, I asked them for some help to find the station.
"Instead of them just saying, 'Sorry, I can't help you,' they swore at me. Then they asked me where I was from, and I said 'Poland'."
Mr Sobala was then attacked. Footage shows a man in a grey suit jacket kneeling on him and punching him in the face, while another suited man looks on with his hands in his pockets.
The victim awoke in the hospital hours later.
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"My back is painful and so is my eye, cheek and face," he said.
"They didn't start attacking me, only when I said I was from Poland; they punched me until I can't remember anything."
He said he's been left "shaken" and unable to sleep, and fears even walking to the shops.
Clips of the horror have gone viral on social media.
Mr Sobala, who was moving to London with some friends, said: "A lady posted a video of me and called the ambulance.
"I want to thank everyone who helped and that video is good because hopefully the guys will be caught."
It had been alleged that police failed to respond to 999 calls.
A spokesperson from the Metropolitan Police said: "Officers did not attend this incident but have since spoken to both the victim and witnesses of this assault.
"The investigation is ongoing to identify the person responsible for this attack.
"When police receive calls about incidents they are graded on a number of reasons, including whether there is an immediate threat to life.
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"In this case, the caller stated the suspect had left the scene and an ambulance had been called, meaning it was not graded in the highest category for a response."
There have currently been no arrests but the investigation is ongoing.
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