The man beat up 2 girls outside the diner in downtown Los Angeles for a hot dog

On January 26, the eyewitness has removed on video as the man brutally beat up two girls in downtown Los Angeles. The incident occurred at approximately 1:00 a.m. in the 600 block of Spring Street, near the diner with hot dogs. Who exactly took the attack to the camera is unknown.

UPDATE: Arka Sangbarani Oroojian turned himself into police last night at the LAPD Central Station and was booked for Assault with a Deadly Weapon. His bail has been set at $90,000. We thank the community for their help in spreading the message

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Mike Watson, the father of one of the victims, shared his entry in Facebook, in the hope that someone recognizes the attacker. According to Watson, the incident apparently began with the fact that the man «made a scene» because of the prices on hot dogs. One of the girls told him to take a hot dog and leave, because the queue behind us grew. In response, the man turned around and with full force hit her.

From sharp blow the girl nearly fainted. The assailant was with a height of 1.8 m and weighing more than 90 kg, so easily threw his victim to the ground. The other girl rushed to defend her friend and immediately got hit in the face. The furious man struck them both in the face several times and fled the scene.

Watson said that none of the crowd that surrounded them, tried to stop the man or to help the girls. People acted as if he was watching a MMA fight, laughed and cheered the participants of the fight. One watching was the security guard of a diner, near which started the fight. According to detective Meghan Aguilar, people should not put yourself in danger by intervening in a fight, but at least you can call the police.

In the end, the girls were taken to the emergency room with a concussion. One of them had a broken finger.

The suspect, identified as 30-year-old Arch of Sambrani, Orujyan of Los Angeles, voluntarily surrendered the same day. Police records show that Orogen was arrested for aggravated assault at around 21:30 on Tuesday and sent to jail about two hours. A man announced a pledge of $90 thousand a court Date has not yet appointed as prosecutors consider possible charges in the case.