Outside a Brooklyn nightclub, a drunken couple kicks and assaults a Jewish man while spouting anti-Semitic venom.
Officials are looking for a pair of inebriated individuals who kicked and pummeled a Jewish man outside a Brooklyn bar while shouting anti-Semitic venom, cops said Saturday.
At 2:30 a.m. on Aug. 28, the victim was outside the Set Lounge on McDonald Ave. near Dahill Road in Mapleton when the two guys, who appeared inebriated and wobbly on their feet, discovered he was Jewish, according to police sources.
"You f—king Jews!" Jews should not exist!" yelled one of the two men, igniting an altercation. "The Islamic faith is the purest!"
The two males then attacked the victim, knocking him to the ground with kicks and punches before fleeing.
The victim sustained cuts and bruises to his face, neck, and left arm, but was unharmed.
The attack is being investigated by the NYPD's Hate Crimes Task Force.
Cops published surveillance photographs of the two suspects on Thursday in the hope that they will be recognized.
They are described as having fair skin and dark hair. One was shirtless and dressed in dark denim shorts and black flip-flops, his white T-shirt hung about his neck. The other suspect was dressed in a white tank top, white shorts, and Adidas slides.
Anyone with information about this incident is invited to contact Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS. All calls will be treated in the strictest confidence.