The above video was taken at 2:40 a.m. on March 9 at the 18th Avenue F train station in Borough Park, Brooklyn. In it, you can see a man in a hooded sweatshirt attacking a 56-year-old woman. When confronted, the woman attempts to flee, only to be thrown to the ground and kicked. The mugger then grabs her bag, empties it and roots through her belongings. As he does so, the woman picks up her empty bag and runs. The last image is of her running through one of the station's doors, her attacker close behind.

According to the New York Times., the victim somehow escaped with only minor injuries. The New York Post reports the attacker was in his 20s and weighed roughly 150 pounds. Both the Times and the Post report the suspect was wearing a black hoodie emblazoned on one side with "Alpha Phi Delta" and "Stugots" on the back, although only the Times linked to the Urban Dictionary definition of "Stugots."

[h/t Daily Intelligencer]