One of three men charged with the mugging of a visiting Malaysian student during the London riots has received a long prison sentence, the Daily Mail reports. Beau Isagba is the first of three accused men to be tried for the crime, which became an Internet phenomenon after video of the attack went viral. One of the items stolen in the brutal attack was a PSP, with the victim known as “the PSP boy” until identified; SCEE quietly replaced the lost device, and Namco Bandai sent a package of games.
After watching this fan-made video for Midnight Club, we really want Rockstar, get started on another one.
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A British man suspected of stealing a PSP from an injured Malaysian student during the London riots is in police custody.
Ashraf Haziq – the injured boy who was videoed being mugged of his PSP after being helped to his feet by rioters in London this week – is to have the console replaced by SCEE.