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A Cape City bike owner is recovering after a vicious assault left him with a big knife embedded in his cranium, forcing him to experience his bike to a close-by physician.

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On Monday, Shaun Wayne was biking to work when he was attacked and stabbed within the head with a big knife a couple of kilometre from his job, in response to South Africa’s Instances Reside.

With the knife nonetheless caught within the aspect of his head, Wayne managed to get again on his bicycle and experience to a physician’s workplace.

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Former world champion bike owner Wimpie van der Merwe posted a photograph of Wayne sitting on a hospital mattress, saying he himself was additionally attacked every week earlier than in the identical space.

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“Yesterday afternoon, at precisely the identical place the place we have been attacked final week on Gordon’s Bay Highway, one other particular person was virtually fatally attacked on his bike!” he wrote. “The police and policing are shining of their in absence.”

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Nonetheless, a police spokesperson informed Cape City’s Information 24 that officers have been patrolling the world on the time of the assault, and noticed Wayne biking with the knife protruding out of his head.

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“The sufferer was assisted and brought to a medical facility for therapy,” Noloyiso Rwexana mentioned.

A colleague of the injured bike owner mentioned on social media Wayne was transferred to a hospital the place he underwent profitable surgical procedure.

“Knife out, stitches and in a ward for commentary,” Herman Payne mentioned. “His mother says the physician says up to now they don’t see any everlasting harm.”

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