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A Christian man claims a group of Muslim teenagers of Middle Eastern appearance ripped off his silver Greek Orthodox necklace during an alleged attack on a Sydney train.
Mike, who did not wish to give his full name, said five teenagers physically attacked him and his girlfriend as he rode on a train between Campsie and Bankstown, in the city's south-west, on Tuesday afternoon.
'They ripped the cross off me, threw it to the ground, they said 'f**k Jesus, and then said they said 'Allah' after that,' he told Daily Mail Australia on Sunday.
The 30-year-old father said one of the teenagers had bumped him as he spoke on the phone shortly after 3pm.
Mike alleges two of the other youths then began assaulting him by pushing him into a seat, destroying his Ray Ban sunglasses and ripping from his neck his silver crucifix, which his mother had given him when he was 14.
Two female teenagers, who he said were of Arabic appearance, also allegedly hit his girlfriend.
'I have a child. I was thinking about her when I was getting attacked,' Mike said.
This article first appeared on www.dailymail.co.uk
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