If these men can be so bold when the camera is running, imagine what they are like when it is not.
The female journalist begins to back away from her attacker who continues to pursue her before assaulting the cameraman.
The media team move away from the incident as a second male approaches while trying to continue their live news report.
The footage shows Italian broadcast journalist Giovanna Pancheri presenting in the troubled area before the camera jerks away and the face of a young male teenager is seen.This escalating violence continues in Belgium. This is a pattern. In January, French and Belgian journalists filming in the Muslim town of Molenbeek.
Back in the day, journalists would travel to war zones to cover the war. Today, Europe is a war zone and every journalist who tries to cover these savages, a war correspondent.
One of them approached us, tried to swipe the camera and kicked the cameraman
Ms Pancheri said the boy was trying to prevent the media team from filming.
The journalist said: “There was a group of three trying to intimidate us who had nothing better to do.
“We had already spoken to them explaining that we were filming a live news report and that I would be the only one on the screen. But while we were filming, one of them approached us, tried to swipe the camera and kicked the cameraman.”
The Italian journalist added: “A group of gentleman who had helped us set up came over to apologise to us, saying that wasn’t Molenbeek.”