THAT'S JUST COLD.
Surveillance video released by police on Tuesday gives a bird's-eye view of a pack of four teenage hoodlums approaching a 47-year-old man as he shopped in the frozen-food aisle of the Franklin Mills Pathmark about 10 p.m. Saturday, taunting him, then punching him in the face.
During the unprovoked attack, police said, the teens continued to kick and punch the man after he fell to the ground, and took his money clip with $100 cash before running out of the store and fleeing in a small hatchback car, possibly a Chevrolet Aveo.
After Philadelphia police posted the surveillance on their official YouTube page Tuesday, spokesman Lt. Ray Evers said, calls started pouring in about a video of the same incident that showed up as a related video on YouTube. Evers said it appeared that the amateur videographer tagged or titled the brag video so similarly to the police's version that the two were linked.