Video shows man, believed to be Nigerian, being thrashed

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In one clip, he is upright, tied to a lamp post and in his underwear. The ugly incident took place in South Delhi. The Nigerian national was arrested by the police after a complaint of theft was filed against him by a resident of the area. The video belies that claim.

In an inhuman incident, a Nigerian national was tied to a post and thrashed by a mob in Delhi's Malviya Nagar for alleged theft as the man begged for mercy.

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Earlier, a Nigerian student was brutally beaten by a large mob inside Greater Noida's Ansal Plaza mall, following protests over the death of a Class 12 student of a residential colony there due to drug overdose.

A Nigerian man has been caught on video being tied to a post and thrashed by a mob in Delhi, reported NDTV. The police have said that action will be taken against the attackers. The local people, who beat the African students with sticks and other weapons, had accused them of peddling in drugs.

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The latest attacks have raised serious questions of lawlessness in Delhi-NCR.

Malviya Nagar is stone's throw away from Khidki Extension which has seen a series of racial attacks against African nationals in the last few years.

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