Posted July 11, 2018 02:06:25 A young man has been celebrated after he received a “welcome” from a street photographer.

The man, who has not been named, was walking with a friend near the corner of the busy Kingsbridge intersection when he was attacked by a group of men in their early 20s.

“I saw him with his face covered, his clothes were down, he was just in shock, I said ‘what the f*** is going on’,” Mr Williams told the ABC.

“He just stood there and said ‘I don’t know who you are, I don’t like what you’re doing’.” The photographer told the man to run and Mr Williams helped him to safety.

“The police came and told us that they found him in the middle of the road with a knife and that’s when we went to get him and got him to the hospital.”

“I don.t know who that was.

I’ve never seen anyone who was dressed like that before,” Mr Williams said.

“They had a knife in his hand.

That’s a little bit upsetting.” “

A man has got his face on the ground.

That’s a little bit upsetting.”

Mr Williams is hopeful the incident will encourage people to be “cautious of these sorts of things”.

“I just hope it’s a wake up call to people who are walking down the street and are thinking ‘this is wrong’,” he said.

Mr Williams says he has been “caught off guard” by the incident.

“It’s not something that you would expect,” he said, adding that he is “surprised” that no one has been charged with a crime.

Mr Gildersleeve said he was shocked to hear of the attack. “

When you see a person that’s in a vulnerable state, they shouldn’t be doing this.”

Mr Gildersleeve said he was shocked to hear of the attack.

“We are talking about a young boy.

We are talking to a little boy who just lost his life and it is so sad and upsetting,” he told the station.

“If they feel unsafe, they need to go out and see somebody and get some help.””

If they feel unsafe, they need to go out and see somebody and get some help.”