William Hopkins from Birmingham was left with a fractured jaw after being beaten and robbed.
He was returning to his home in Gooch Street when he was attacked.
The 78-year-old pensioner tells ITV Central of his injuries.
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Birmingham's child poverty rate is the second highest of the UK’s major cities. In Ladywood, Hockley, Aston and Nechells it's even higher.
Tory MP Nadine Dorries, who backed Brexit, claimed Ms Soubry had been in a bar before addressing the rally in Westminster.
A report is being released today, which includes a series of recommendations at reducing child poverty in Birmingham.