A MUM was hospitalised after a sick thug knocked her out and stole her KEBAB.
Nikita Jackson, 48, was returning from a night out in Derby with the takeaway when she says a man jumped out of “nowhere” and savagely struck her.
Nikita spent several days in hospital following the attack[/caption]
The mum says the thug knocked out four of her teeth[/caption]
Nikita spent several days in hospital following the attack and still suffers from nerve damage and panic attacks over the incident.
The thief knocked out four of her teeth and she has since had to have four metal plates in her jaw.
Shockingly, Nikita revealed the evil thug took only her kebab – when she came round she was still in possession of all her valuables.
She said: “I got myself something to eat when this man came from nowhere.
“He leant back and then he just punched me full-blown in the face. It knocked me out before I even hit the floor. Before I knew it I was covered in blood.
“He broke my jaw. It knocked four teeth out – one of them went into my cheek. I’ve had to have three metal plates in my jaw.”
‘COVERED IN BLOOD’
Doctors say Nikita may never regain the feeling in her jaw following the horrific attack.
She said: “I suffer quite badly with panic attacks anyway but this has taken me to another level.
Nikita was found, covered in blood, by some passing students who contacted police and emergency services.
Nikita is so traumatised from the incident she has no recollection of her attacker.
She said:”I don’t feel like it was targeted at me but I still don’t feel safe.
“I don’t have an inkling of who it could be.
“I don’t know if he’s white or Asian or whatever.”
In the days since the incident Nikita has mostly been confined to her home – she even missed out on her parents’ golden wedding anniversary because she was too unwell.
She said: “It’s a matter of getting on with it, really.
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“All the family was at the anniversary except me, so that was upsetting.”
A spokeswoman for Derbyshire police confirmed that members of the public flagged down patrolling officers to help Nikita after the attack.
She said: “Officers provided first aid at the scene and the victim later sought medical help. We have spoken to her about the assault and taken steps to identify the men responsible.”
Nikita says she suffers panic attacks from the trauma of the attack[/caption]
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