A pizza delivery driver in his 40s had his motorbike and phone snatched by a seven-strong gang in broad daylight on an east London street.
Shocking footage shows the group set upon the man during Saturday afternoon on Napier Street, East Ham, as women scream in the background.
The Met police said the driver suffered minor injuries. They are yet to make any arrests.
The capital is currently in the grip of a murder epidemic as the number of people killed on the city’s streets this year rose to 60 last week.
A pizza delivery driver was attacked by a group of at least seven youths in east Ham who stole his motorbike and phone. The man was in his 40s
Horrifying footage shows the gang surround the driver and grab his bike.
One of the youths then gets on the vehicle and tries to drive it away before dropping it and running away.
Screaming and shouting can be heard in the video, which was uploaded to social media.
The Met police said the driver ‘had his bike and phone stolen’ in the attack.
Officers are still making enquiries after failing to make any arrests in connection with the attack and robbery.
A gang of around 100 youths had clashed with police near Stratford’s Westfield shopping centre earlier that day.
It comes as a man in his 30s was stabbed to death in broad daylight on Sunday in Tower Hamlets.
The Met police, who are yet to make any arrests in connection with the attack, also said that the victim suffered minor injuries. Screaming and shouting can be heard in the video which was uploaded to social media
Police are asking for witnesses after the boy was stabbed on this road in Luton, pictured on Monday
LONDON’S MURDERS IN 2019
Where the 60 murders in the capital so far this year have been committed
- Jan 1: Charlotte Huggins, 32, Camberwell
- Jan 1: Tudor Simionov, 33, Mayfair
- Jan 4: Simbiso Aretha Moula, 39, Rainham
- Jan 6: Sarah Ashraf, 35, Isle of Dogs
- Jan 7: Jayden Moody, 14, Waltham Forest
- Jan 11: Asma Begum, 31, Canning Town
- Jan 27: Kamil Malysz, 34, Acton
- Jan 29: Nedim Bilgin, 17, Islington
- Feb 4: Carl Thorpe, 46, Highgate
- Feb 5: Lejean Richards, 19, Battersea
- Feb 10: Dennis Anderson, 39, East Dulwich
- Feb 18: Bright Akinlele, 22, Camden
- Feb 19: Brian Wieland, 69, Chingford
- Feb 21: Glendon Spence, 23, Brixton
- Feb 22: Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck, 19, Wood Green
- Feb 25: David Lopez-Fernandez, 38, Tower Hamlets
- Feb 26: Che Morrison, 20, Ilford
- Mar 1: Jodie Chesney, 17, Harold Hill
- Mar 2: Elize Linda Stevens, 50, Hendon
- Mar 2: Jolia Bogdan, 3 months, Croydon
- Mar 3: Mohamed Elmi, 37, Soho
- Mar 6: Laureline Garcia-Bertaux, 34, Kew
- Mar 6: David Martinez, 26, Leyton
- Mar 7: Antoinette Donnegan, 52, Battersea
- Mar 7: Ayub Hassan, 17, West Kensington
- Mar 16: Nathaniel Armstrong, 29, Fulham
- Mar 22: Abdirashid Mohamoud, 17, Isleworth
- Mar 24: Ravi Katharkamar, 54, Pinner
- Mar 27: Ramane Richard Wiggan, 25, West Norwood
- Mar 28: Zahir Visiter, 25, Regents Park
- Mar 29: Gavin Garraway, 40, Clapham
- Apr 1: Calvin Bungisa, 22, Kentish Town
- Apr 2: Hubert Hall, 60, Walthamstow
- Apr 7: Annabelle Lancaster, 22, Enfield
- Apr 8: Noore Bashir Salad, 22, Manor Park
- Apr 16: Gopinath Kasivisuwanathan, 27, Wembley
- Apr 17: Steven Brown, 47, Stoke Newington
- Apr 23: Meshak Williams, 21, Harlesden
- Apr 26: Mihrican Mustafa, 38, Canning Town
- Apr 26: Henriett Szucs, 34, Canning Town
- Apr 26: Amy Parsons, 35, Whitechapel
- Apr 26: Joshua White, 29, Hackney
- May 1: Tashaun Aird, 15, Hackney
- May 5: Constantin Sin, 51, Leytonstone
- May 5: Junior Urugbezi-Edwards, 18, Southwark
- May 11: Erik San-Filippo, 23, Islington
- May 16: Barrington Davis, 54, Lewisham
- May 23: Vladimir Koudriavtsev, 69, Kensington
- May 23: Tatiana Koudriavtsev, 68, Kensington
- May 25: Iderval da Silva, 46, Battersea
- May 26: Alimuz Zaman, 23, Tower Hamlets
- May 28: Ismaila Ceesay, 33, Forest Gate
- May 30: Steven Kennedy, 61, Plaistow Park
- May 30: Graham Howe, 52, Harrow
- June 1: Baris Kucuk, 33, Haringey
- June 4: Adrian Murphy, 43, Battersea
- June 14: Cheyon Evans, Wandsworth
- June 14: Eniola Aluko, Plumstead
- June 15: Gleb Stanislavovitch Zhebrovsky, Tower Hamlets
- June 16: Giedrius Juskauskas, Stratford
Police and forensics officers at the scene in Tower Hamlets, east London, after a man was fatally stabbed on Sunday afternoon
He was pronounced dead at the scene 40 minutes after emergency services arrived.
A 15-year-old boy was left fighting for his life in hospital on Monday after being stabbed more than 20 times.
Neighbours were woken by the sound of blood-curdling screams at 2am as the boy was stabbed on a street in Luton, 30 miles from the capital.
On Sunday a 15-year-old was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the face in Tufnell Park, London, in the afternoon.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has faced repeated criticism for failing to get the blood-letting under control.
Donald Trump has branded him a ‘disaster’ on Twitter and called him a ‘national disgrace who is destroying the city of London’.
The US President also appeared to dub London ‘Stab-City’ and ‘Khan’s Londonistan’ after retweeting a post on the social media platform.