Shocking moment boy in school uniform STABS woman laying on the ground as crowds scream in horror

THIS is the horrifying moment a schoolboy stabs a woman in a high street brawl in front of stunned children.

The youngster was seen brandishing a knife and attacked the woman, as she laid on the ground.  

Eyewitnesses claimed there had been an argument between the victim and a young girl moments before the attack in South Norwood, London. 

A video shows the moment the woman was pushed to the ground before her attacker in school uniform rushed in and slashed her with a knife. 

A mum said: "A lady was arguing with a year 7 girl and nearly bought her to tears .

"Then she started on a year 11 and her arm got sliced." 

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"Apparently she was trying to fight this year 7 girl."

The video shows schoolchildren watching as the woman grappled with a schoolboy outside a chicken shop.

Girls were seen pouring their drinks on her head while an adult tried to calm the situation down. 

The woman was then pushed to the ground before the attacker pulled out a knife and began stabbing her as she laid helpless on the ground. 

Eventually others pull him away.

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Another local added: "A Yr 11 kid stabbed this lady. I've seen the video, terrible.

"A life thrown away for being stupid enough to carry a knife and use it."

A London Ambulance Service spokesperson said: "We were called at 4.39pm yesterday (Tuesday 10) to reports of an incident in South Norwood High Street, SE25.

"We sent an ambulance to the scene and treated a woman before taking her to hospital."

The Metropolitan Police have been approached for comment.

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