A man has spoken exclusively to London Tonight about the moment a stranger strangled him with a scarf on a bus. The victim who wants to remain anonymous was attacked in broad daylight on his way to work in west London on Saturday.
The assault was captured on CCTV, which has now been released to help catch the attacker.Ria Chatterjee reports.
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