‘Good Samaritan’ robs motorbike crash victim

'Good Samaritan' robs motorbike crash victim
Mr Stevens’ partner Nita called the attack ‘disgusting’ (Picture: Daily Mail)

A former RAF pilot and leukaemia sufferer who crashed his motorbike has said he feels ‘violated’ after a ‘Good Samaritan’ stopped by – and promptly robbed him of his cash.

Craig Stevens, 51, was on his way to fill up his bike with petrol ahead of a charity race when he was involved in an accident, suffering a broken arm and a deep gash in his leg made more serious by the blood-thinning medication he takes for his cancer.

But Mr Stevens believed help was on the way when he saw a stranger approach, only for the ‘do-gooder’ to go through his pockets and make away with £40 in cash.

‘I could feel his hands going through all of my pockets, I couldn’t move,’ the former Gulf War pilot told the Daily Mail, from his bed in St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington.

‘I was trapped, in pain and heavily bleeding.

‘I was pleading with him to stop, to help me instead of stealing from but he carried on.

‘I feel angry,’ he said.

Mr Stevens medication made the leg injury more severe (Picture: Daily Mail)

‘I feel violated.’

The former RAF corporal, who has been suffering from leukaemia for three years, was filling up his Triumph Bonneville motorcycle in Hayes, west London at 2.30pm on Saturday 7 June, ahead of a charity ride he organised as a member of the Royal British Legion.

Mr Stevens’ partner Nita Maisuria, 35, called the robbery ‘disgusting.’

‘I am appalled that people like this exist,’ she said.

The attacker was described as being black, around 5ft 6ins tall, in his 40s and wearing a trilby hat.

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18 June 2014 | 6:17 pm – Source: metro.co.uk

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