Australia: Eye lost in Adelaide nightclub stiletto attack
Not only are they struggling with crime by blacks in the West, but its also made its way Down-under – this time the crime was committed by African black females (not to be outdone by their male counterparts). And the victims’ mother thinks they’ll give themselves up because they have a “conscience”! Bwahahaha…..
YOUNG Adelaide woman has lost an eye and narrowly escaped permanent brain damage after she was stomped on with a stiletto shoe during a vicious assault in a popular city nightclub.
The attack was believed to have been sparked after the 25-year-old victim accidentally stepped on another girl’s foot in the women’s toilets of the West Tce venue during an African-themed Rugby Sevens party last month.
The victim, who would give only her first name, Tash, has described how she thought she was going to be killed as up to four women of African descent bashed her in what she maintains was an unprovoked attack in the early hours of March 21.
The retail worker said she was bashed and knocked to the ground in the toilets at about 3am by a group of women, before one stamped on her face – plunging her stiletto heel into Tash’s left eye, missing her brain by millimetres.
Her eye was removed on March 26 and she will shortly be fitted with a prosthetic eye.
The incident was reported to police but Tash said she believed her attackers were from interstate, complicating the task of identifying them.
The viciousness of the attack has left Tash shell-shocked. She said she is now too scared to go out at night and wears sunglasses every day to hide her disfigurement. “It’s not human (what they did), especially females,” she said.
Tash’s mother said nothing could justify what the women had done to her daughter.
“Hopefully they get a conscience and give themselves up, and somebody who knows them does the right thing and reports it to the authorities,” she said.
Eastern Adelaide CIB Senior Constable Christian Ruckert said police were appealing for anybody to come forward, as CCTV footage seized from HQ had offered no leads.
“This was a pretty brutal attack and I’ve never heard of anything like this before,” he said. “You don’t expect females to do that to each other; blokes glass each other but you don’t expect this from girls.”