Police in Manchester, England, arrested two young men and a teenager in connection with the incident associated with the racist hatred on Tuesday.
Video of the incident was posted online and immediately attracted the attention of the public. The video shows how several men tease the passenger of the suburban tram on the theme of belonging to a different race.
The incident occurred about 7:40 a.m. local time. The video shows how attackers called victim "immigrant" and advised him to "go back to Africa." Some of the suspects apparently holding a beer bottle, at one point the perp tried to pour the contents of the bottle on the victim.
The chief of police said 3 men - aged 20, 18 and 16 - were arrested on suspicion of affray. At the moment under examination. Their names were not made public.
Despite the fact that the suspects in the video are not suggesting holding a referendum on the UK remaining in the European Union, the incident occurred on the backdrop of rising crimes of hate in accordance with the decision of the UK to leave the European Union. In the UK this weekend, the crime of hate has increased by 57%.
"All incidents of hate related to serious crimes and is the primary behavior will not be tolerated in greater Manchester," said chief inspector Gareth Parkin. The Commissioner of police of Manchester, Tony Lloyd, said that people in town have worked hard to build a "strong, cohesive society" and there is no place for hatred and separation.
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