Man suffers racist abuse after getting off Hull bus
EAST HULL: A man was subjected to racial abuse after getting off a bus in Sutton Park last Monday.
The man was abused by a group of six men at about 7.15pm as he got off the number 28 bus in Newtondale.
The victim did not see the men in detail but said one of them was wearing a white T-shirt.
One of the group struck the man from behind on his hand as the rest of the group made racist comments to him.
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The man was not injured but police are keen to trace the group due to the racist nature of the abuse.
Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.