Murderous Moment Man Is Pushed Onto Train Tracks By British Coward

A Polish man in west London was nearly killed after a seemingly random attack that saw another man push him off the subway platform and onto the tracks – just as a train could be heard approaching in the distance.

Now, the 32-year-old man who carried out the cold-blooded crime has been sentenced to ten years in prison. The above footage of the incident was released by the British Transport Police during the trial. As for why he almost killed a complete stranger, the would-be killer thought that his victim was Russian and was trying to get revenge for the way Russian fans acted during the Euro 2016 soccer championship.

Christopher Cole, a former financial analyst, tried to defend himself by claiming that he was preserving the national identity of the UK by trying to murder 21-year-old David Pietraszek, claiming that people from other countries think Brits are “wussies.”

However, Cole only managed to cause significant financial and psychological harm to the young Pole, who suffered a fractured finger, serious bruising, and was exposed to the subway track’s electrical current as he desperately scrambled to escape the path of the oncoming train.

Although Cole immediately fled the scene, London police managed to track Cole down thanks to the omnipresent CCTV system throughout the Tube. He pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted grievous bodily harm and will now spend the next decade behind bars.