On Friday night, "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe came to the rescue of a tourist who was mugged in London.
'The victim - a man aged in his 50s - was walking in the road when two people riding a moped snatched his bag before riding off.
David Videcette told the Standard he noticed the men behaving suspiciously and began following them, intervening in the attack by shunting the moped with his auto after seeing them pull out a knife.
A source, David Videcette, told the Evening Standard that he followed the thugs on their moped following the attack, before they sped off.
He told the Evening Standard: 'They grappled with him [the victim] on the pavement.
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Videcette went on: "Then one of them gets off and attacks a man with an expensive looking Louis Vuitton bag on the pavement". He tried to pursue them in his vehicle but lost them as they were jumping red lights.
"They slashed him in the face with the knife and made off down the King's Road".
He said he called the police moments before one of the riders pulled out a knife and launched the attack. "I said: "You're Daniel Radcliffe" and he replied: 'I am'".
"He was a really nice bloke". Officers from Kensington and Chelsea investigated.
A police spokesperson confirmed the robbery, saying, "Police were called at approximately 6:10 p.m. on Friday, July 14, to reports of a robbery in Hortensia Road..."