Daniel Radcliffe Rushes to Help of Tourist ‘Slashed in the Face’ During RobberyAccording to the Evening Standard, the actor was among a group of individuals who tried the help the tourist after he was mugged for his Louis Vuitton bag.Two thieves on a moped had targeted the tourist with witnesses saying he was slashed across the face with a knife in the attack on a side road off Chelsea’s fashionable King’s Road on Friday evening.In a statement to the Evening Standard, the Met Police said: Police were called at approximately 6.10pm on Friday, July 14 to reports of a robbery in Hortensia Road.
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