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Muslim Boys Attack Toddler Leaving 15 Bite Marks On Her Face – Media Blackout

A toddler has been scarred for life after being bitten 15 times by Somali boys who “took at least ten chunks” out of her face and then “strangled” her until she was “blue” — and the media is refusing to report the ethnicity of the attackers.

Willow-Ivy Doherty, just 17-months-old, was playing with her 6-year-old brother Tucker, and sister Aurora, 3-years, at Little Bees, a play center in Seacroft, England on November 2 when she was brutally attacked by the Somalian boys.

“She looks like she’s been savaged by a dog, not a child,” said Becky May Doherty, mother of young Willow-Ivy.

Becky May was first alerted to the horror when she heard another parent scream “Oh my God, whose baby is this?”

According to parents who witnessed the event, a 2-year-old Somali boy was savaging the 17-month-old girl, taking chunks out of her face, and “had a big smile on his face and blood all around his mouth.”

The mother was forced to pull the boy off Willow’s neck and then discovered to her horror that Willow-Ivy had 15 bite marks all over her body.

Single mother-of-six Becky claims her daughter was blue after having been “strangled” and the Somali boy who bit her ‘had a big smile on his face and blood all around his mouth’, according to The Mirror.

Becky said she believed the boy was 2 and was with a 4-year-old who was apparently his brother.

“She looks like she’s been savaged by a dog, not a child.“

Becky May eventually eventually found the mother of the child, however she was not met with sympathy or an apology. Instead the Somali mother looked at 17-month-old Ivy, covered in bites, and insisted “That’s what kids do, that’s what kids do!”

The youngster still needs more injections to ensure she has not contracted anything from the bites, which cover her face, back and limbs.

In total she has four on her face, two on her fingers, three on her back, one on her ear, shoulder, wrist, leg and others on her head.

A spokesman for Little Bees told the Mirror: ‘We are not a nursery. The children need parental supervision.’

A West Yorkshire Police spokesman told MailOnline: ‘Police received a report of an 17-month-old child having been bitten by a three-year-old child at an indoor soft play area in Seacroft on Friday (2/11).

‘The child was treated at hospital and an assault occasioning actual bodily harm was recorded.

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  1. Steven

    June 9, 2019 at 10:54 pm

    Drown the Somali.

  2. Richard Staccone

    June 10, 2019 at 3:47 am

    What the fuck is wrong with the scumbag media???? What the fuck good are those low bred bastards???? They need to immediately be taken off the air, and replaced with people willing to do the job correctly and truthfully!!! They are the most useless corrupt bastards on the planet!!!

  3. Bonnie Patterson

    June 10, 2019 at 8:02 pm

    Both parents are to blame for this situation. Children that small must be supervised at all times in play areas because you never know what any child will do. The way to prevent these type of things from happening is to watch your children and do not take your eyes off them. If any mother feels that this play area is unsafe they should immediately take their child out of it and not return again.

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