REPORT: Guardian Angels founder attacked by teen on NYC street
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Curtis Sliwa, 64, told The Post on Tuesday that a teenage thug taunted him over his Guardian Angels’ signature red beret and jacket and then sucker-punched him in the face — knocking out one of his teeth — at Penn Station.
“I let my guard down, and I got popped,” said Sliwa, as the NYPD investigated the attack. “Next thing I knew, I was spitting out my tooth.”
The article goes on to state the following:
The street vigilante and radio-show host — who in 1992 was shot multiple times in an assumed mob hit — said he was heading home from work at around 7 p.m. Friday when he spotted four teenagers shoving each other.
Sliva tried breaking up the fight, but ended up being assaulted himself.
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