A hair chopping gang in Birmingham chopped off a random woman’s hair with scissors on Bagshaw Road and Rattle Croft on 7PM last Sunday.
Police detectives are looking for a gang of mean and women who reportedly escaped in a silver Audi car in the Stechford area of Birmingham.
Eyewitnesses told a local newspaper that they thought the 29 year old victim was being stabbed in the head but later learned they cut her hair.
The victim was discharged with minor injuries and now police are conducting a hunt to look for the gang.
An eyewitness told the UK Mirror:
“A car full of Asian people pulled up and one jumped out and it appeared as though he stabbed the young lady in the head.
“The young Asian lady was screaming and crying and then she collapsed on the floor.
“Her mother and another male relative were in bits.
“It’s really scary because I have young children and it was quite close to where I live.
“At first I thought it was a random attack, but I’m not too sure if it was.
“I feel for the young lady and her family and I just hope she is getting better.
“After the attack, I saw her mum crying and there was an ambulance and four police cars.”
A West Midlands Police spokeswoman said officers had been called to a dispute in the street at 7.10pm.
She confirmed that the victim suffered minor injuries and added: “A group of Asian men and women, who are unknown to the victim, pulled up and assaulted her by punching and kicking her.
“A pair of scissors was used to cut some of her hair and the victim was cut on the head in the process.
“The victim does not know who approached her and we are following up a number of lines of inquiry.
“The car seen to be leaving the scene was a silver-coloured Audi.”
Anybody with information can call officers on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.