It’s so annoying to see how heartless one can be, especially seeing a human like you in pain and still decides to be heartless.

It’s so annoying to see how heartless one can be, especially seeing a human like you in pain and still decides to be heartless.

It’s so annoying to see how heartless one can be, especially seeing a human like you in pain and still decides to be heartless.

A Nigerian woman while she was in labour was attacked by a suspect who punched her in the face and stole her phone as she tried to call her family.

Patience Chukwu, 40, had left her home in north London to take a bus to hospital and was having contractions when the man swiped her Samsung Galaxy from her hands.

Giving account of her horrific experience, she said: "I took out my phone to call my sister and tell her I was on the way to the hospital when the boy came up to me. He stood in front of me and I thought he was about to ask for directions. He was standing there staring at me and then he snatched the phone from me. As he grabbed it, I grabbed him by the hood. I was trying to recover the phone, he just hit me. He went to hit me in the stomach, so I bent double and the blow hit me in the face. He was dragging me and I was screaming. Then he hit me for a third time and I went blind for a short time. So I let go and he was gone. It was horrifying. I sat there afterwards shaking and shivering"

She was taken to Homerton hospital by neighbors who came around to help her after her ordeal, where medics took her into theater for a Cesarean section after being unable to detect her child’s heartbeat.

Her son, Kamsi Kishi, was born hours later with complications. He suffers from seizures, which police today said are a result of the attack. 

Although the suspect is yet to be apprehended, he was described as a thin black man aged between 18 and 21 with short dark hair. At the time of the attack, he was wearing a green hooded jumper. Ms Chukwu, who also has a four-year-old daughter, Kika, said:

In her words: "I didn’t expect that a heavily pregnant woman in labour would be robbed. My belly would have been huge. As he was robbing me I was begging him, ‘Please, I’m in labour, please’. That boy is wicked and I want them to catch him before he attacks someone else."

 

 

 

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