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WATCH | Ray Hadley tears into teenager’s ‘vile abuse’ of Asian-Australian youth

Ray Hadley has slammed the ‘vile abuse’ of two Asian-Australian teenagers in Sydney’s Inner-West.

One of the victims posted videos of the attack on social media, in the hope of identifying the attacker.

“This is what racism and xenophobia can do. I didn’t get it half as bad as my sister. I only wanted to protect her.”



The racist abuse turned physical when the attacker began spitting on the teenager, hitting her in the eye.

The 17-year-old alleged perpetrator has been charged with three counts of common assault, use of offensive language in a public place, and two counts of intimidation.

“This grubby little individual needs to be held to account,” Ray said.

“I don’t give a bugger whether she’s 16, 26, or 18. I don’t know where she comes from, to be able to speak to someone in a public place the way she spoke to these girls.

“This is about as un-Australian as you can possibly get!”

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