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Man ‘coward punched outside Library nightclub in Northbridge’ still suffering migraines

‘It’s to the bone… you can see the skull’: Tradie’s shocking injuries after he is ‘coward punched by a stranger outside a nightclub’ – as teenager is charged over ‘unprovoked attack’

  • Man who allegedly coward punched on night out still suffers from migraines
  • Mohamad was outside Library nightclub at Northbridge when allegedly punched
  • The impact sent him face-first into the concrete and he was rushed to hospital
  • Doctors told him that people either died or were paralysed

An apprentice brick-layer who was allegedly coward punched during a night out says he is still suffering regular migraines as a result of the attack.

Mohamad – who wished to withhold his surname – was outside the Library nightclub at Northridge in Perth last month when he was allegedly assaulted, The West Australian reported.

The 22-year-old fell face-first into the concrete.

Mohamad – who wished to withhold his surname – was outside the Library nightclub at Northridge in Perth last month when he was allegedly assaulted from behind

He was immediately rushed to Perth Royal Hospital where he received treatment. 

Mohamad suffered bleeding on the brain and required 10 stitches to close the wound that had opened on his forehead.

‘It’s actually to the bone … you can see the skull,’ he said.

Mohamad added doctors had told him he was lucky to be alive. They said people in those situations usually ended up one of two ways. 

‘They’re either paralysed or they’re dead,’ Mohamad said. 

A 16-year-old teenager was charged over the assault and remains behind bars charged with grievous bodily harm.

Mohamad suffered bleeding on the brain and required 10 stitches to close the wound that had opened on his forehead (pictured, Library nightclub at Northbridge in Perth)

Mohamad suffered bleeding on the brain and required 10 stitches to close the wound that had opened on his forehead (pictured, Library nightclub at Northbridge in Perth)

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