THIS is the horrifying moment a woman is repeatedly kicked and stamped leaving her with a ‘broken nose and jaw’.
The video was taken in Southsea Common in Portsmouth on Wednesday and shows a 20-year-old woman on the ground as another woman kicks her in the face over and over again while siting down.
Another woman in a yellow top and brown trousers can be seen walking over before stamping on her head at least twice, leaving the victim motionless.
In another distressing video taken from a different angle, the two yobs are seen pulling the woman to the ground by her hair.
The victim’s mum shared the videos online in hopes the two brawlers can be found.
She wrote that her daughter has suffered a broken nose and possible fractured jaw.
When asked if her daughter was okay, she said: “broken nose and possible fractured jaw xx”
In another comment she said she was taking the video to police.
The two women can be seen walking away from the scene as a crowd of people watching then move in to try and help the victim.
The woman appears to be unconscious when a bystander picks up the victim’s hand, but it flops back as soon as she lets go.
Police said she was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital with “serious injuries” to her head.
The videos have been widely shared online and viewed hundreds of thousands of times.
A spokeswoman for Hampshire Constabulary said: “We are investigating an assault of a 20-year-old woman which happened on Southsea Common at around 8.30pm on June 17.
“The woman was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital with serious injuries to her head. She has since been discharged.”
They are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
DS Jamie Palmer said: “This is a particularly vicious assault that has left the victim with serious injuries to her head and face.
“Our investigations into what happened are ongoing and we would urge anyone who has information about what happened or any footage to contact us.
“We know that there were a lot of people around at the time of this assault, so we want to hear from you to ensure those responsible are brought to justice.
“We are aware of the footage posted online and would urge people not share this as this is causing extra distress to those involved.
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“If you do have any footage please call us on 101, quoting 44200219951.
“Our officers will be out on patrols on Southsea Common today, so if you have any concerns or any information which you think could help with the investigation, please speak to them.
“At this stage, we believe those involved are local to the area.”