After he was chucked off a London Underground train after a fight with three other passengers who were not wearing masks, an hospital worker had his eye socket fractured and sustained other injuries.
During the attack, which occurred after he pointed out to the three passengers-two men and a woman-that they were violating the rules by not wearing masks on the tube without a legal exemption, the man was repeatedly punched.
In multiple times, one of his attackers struck him before tossing him off the train at Kensington Station in High Street.
He sustained a chipped jaw bone, in addition to his eye socket-which was fractured in three different areas.
The three unmasked passengers remained on the train and, after the attack, resumed their journey.