A ‘GOOD samaritan’ suffered a black eye and concussion after being attacked by a woman she had tried to help.
The 25-year-old victim was walking in Shadwell Road, Portsmouth, when she noticed a car parked in the middle of the road and a man and woman arguing.
She shouted at the man to leave the woman alone. The woman who had been involved in the argument then attacked her.
The victim suffered a black eye, bruising, swelling to her face and concussion in the assault, which happened at about 1.30am on February 9.
PC Stuart Freeston, investigating, said: ‘This is an unprovoked attack on someone who was trying to be a good samaritan.’
The suspect is white, aged 20 to 25, 5ft 6in and plump with brown, shoulder length, straight hair. She wore a dark dress and possibly had leggings on underneath.
Call PC Freeston on 101 quoting crime number 44140048282.