Belgium: Elderly disabled woman pelted with stones and called ‘dirty Belgian’ by Africans

Last Thursday an elderly woman on a motorised scooter was pelted with stones in the city of Antwerp, Belgian news outlet Sceptr reports.

The woman was on her way to visit her former neighbour in Antwerp. On the way she met an acquaintance and started chatting when they were threatened by a group of Africans.

Without provocation the group of migrants started throwing stones at them: “They flew near my head and my scooter was hit. They weren’t small stones, they were street stones of around 15 centimetres across,” the woman says.

When the woman asked why they were attacked she was called “dirty, smelly Belgian”:

“I asked them what the problem was and then they called me a dirty, smelly Belgian. They made obscene hand gestures and said they will bring back their brothers and the rest of their families,“ the shocked woman says.

She called the police, but the group had already disappeared when they arrived. Several witnesses of the incident attempted to help police locate the group, without success.