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.
A video of Haziq, 20, having goods taken from his backpack after being apparently assisted by youths, has caused outcry: the Malaysian student had suffered a broken jaw in disturbances and was sitting at the side of the road, obviously bleeding.
Speaking on a site set up to "do something nice" for the youngster, SCEE marketing director Alan Duncan, said the firm would "like to give Ashraf a new PSP and games," and asked to be put in touch with Haziq or a hospital at which he's being treated.
A response has been made to Duncan, saying his details will be forthcoming.
"If we can find out how to get it to him we'll replace the PSP," added a SCE UK rep.
Namco Bandai has also told us that it'll send a package of games to Haziq in support of SCEE.
Haziq was caught up in widespread rioting in London on Monday night, the worst disturbances of their kind in recent years.
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