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Teenager accused of beating, kicking and dragging man by feet along Dublin street

A teenager has been scheduled for trial after it was alleged that he repeatedly attacked and dragged a man along a street in the centre of Dublin, reports Breaking News.

On July 24, at approximately seven in the morning, the victim—a middle-aged man—met the 17-year-old youngster at Liffey Street while he was travelling to work.

The boy “threatened to stab the man if he didn’t give him money,” according to testimony given to the Dublin Children’s Court.

Police Craig White said that the victim was stopped by the child as he followed him onto Middle Abbey Street Upper, reports Breaking News.

The man was approached by an unknown individual, according to video footage.

After being struck, the injured person attempted to sidestep the assailant but was stopped and “punched to the ground”.

The robber got up and carried him to the Spar store next to the Jervis Street Luas stop. At the entrance of the business, the man was hit and fell down, but his attacker pulled him out by his feet. numerous additional strikes, including numerous kicks, were delivered to him as a bystander attempted to step in, reports Breaking News.

The man’s Nintendo Switch and rucksack were found close to the adolescent.

The victim’s top lip needed twenty sutures. Garda White concurred with Doireann McDonagh, the accused’s defence attorney, that the accused was drunk.

The kid, who cannot be identified, appeared before Judge Paul Kelly for a preliminary hearing to determine the location of his trial. Robbery is the charge against him, reports Breaking News.

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