Dublin team attacks Irish Olympic athlete and shocks followers

Dublin team attacks Irish Olympic athlete and shocks followers

Olympic wrestler Jack Woolley shocks fans with photos of his bloody face after being attacked by a mob in the Irish capital, Dublin. The taekwondo athlete, who competed in the Tokyo Olympics, said he was surprised by the attack after going to dinner with a friend.

Jack Woolley attacks Irish capital, shocks followers (Reconstruction / Instagram Jack Woolley)

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– Last night I went to dinner with my friend and then went to a bar for a few drinks. A group of men and women between the ages of 8 and 12 from the Liffey River began to attack people in the area. “Unfortunately, I am the victim of one of these random attacks,” the fighter said in a post on his Instagram.

“I was walking, a member of this group punched me in the face, just a punch of ‘my mistake, the wrong person’, and then they were attacking more ordinary people on the street who did nothing,” Jack Woolley added. The athlete spent the night in a hospital in Dublin, where he underwent procedures to close his wounds.

At the Tokyo Olympics, Jack Woolly was Ireland’s first Taekwondo representative. The athlete, who is ranked third in the world in the 58kg category, fell in the first round of the Olympic Games.

See Jack Woolley’s publications below, powerful images.

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