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NYC gentleman accused of smearing feces on woman’s deal with has individual confront scalded with boiling water in jail

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A New York Metropolis man accused of smearing feces on a New York Metropolis subway rider had his confront scalded with boiling h2o after a further inmate attacked him at Rikers Island, G3 Box News Digital has realized. 

Frank Abrokwa, 37, is expected to have permanent facial scarring following an inmate who goes by the identify of “Burns” attacked him with boiling h2o at the Anna M. Kross Correctional Facility, a jailhouse resource verified to G3 Box News Digital.

In February, Abrokwa allegedly defecated in a bag ahead of he approached a 43-yr-outdated female who was sitting on a bench inside a Bronx subway station at East 241st Street and “struck her in the face and the back again of the head with human feces,” police have reported. 

Video clip of the assault shows Abrokwa standing powering the lady as he carries on to strike her in the head ahead of going for walks away. According to nearby reviews, he had tried out hitting on the female minutes previously.

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Abrokwa was billed with assault, reckless endangerment, menacing, disorderly carry out, and harassment. Nonetheless, he was launched with out bail thanks to the nonviolent character of the misdemeanors.

A suspect identified as Abrokwa was observed on video smearing feces on woman’s face in the New York Subway on Feb. 21.
(NYPD)

Abrokwa was staying held on bail at the facility on the infamous Rikers Island for an unrelated incident wherever he allegedly shattered a glass window with a dumbbell at the Treasure Island Storage Facility in Harlem after his launch for the alleged feces attack.

The 37-year-previous reportedly has a rap sheet going back to the 1990s, with at minimum 20 unsealed prior arrests and costs consisting of robbery, assault, forcible touching, prison possession of stolen property and aggravated harassment, police said. 

G3 Box News’ Stephanie Pagones contributed to this report.

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