Horror moment teen screams for his mum after being stabbed in the face

Horrific moment 14-year-old is heard screaming for his mum to take him to hospital after ‘being stabbed in the face during violent home invasion’

  • NSW Police reported that a 14 year old boy was stabbed at his Penrith home
  • His family said six masked youths entered the home before stabbing the teen
  • Frightening video shows cars arriving at leaving and distressing screaming 
  • A teenage boy screamed to his mother to ‘stop the bleeding’ after allegedly being stabbed in the face in a terrifying late-night attack.

    The boy, 14, is heard pleading in distressing audio for his mother to rush him to hospital after six masked youths allegedly entered his South Penrith home and stabbed him several times at 11.35pm on Sunday.

    New South Wales police said the boy was allegedly stabbed in his face, left arm and left hand after claims the men entered the house and attacked him before fleeing by car.








    A teenage boy screamed to his mother to 'stop the bleeding' after being stabbed in the face in a terrifying late-night attack

    A teenage boy screamed to his mother to ‘stop the bleeding’ after being stabbed in the face in a terrifying late-night attack

    New South Wales police confirmed the boy was stabbed in his face, left arm and left hand after claims the men entered the house and attacked him before fleeing by car

    New South Wales police confirmed the boy was stabbed in his face, left arm and left hand after claims the men entered the house and attacked him before fleeing by car

    Two cars are shown arriving outside the home, before switching off their headlights in chaotic CCTV footage obtained by the Daily Telegraph.

    The video appears to show the alleged attackers fleeing the scene as distressing screaming is heard. 

    ‘Please mum, take me to the hospital A.S.A.P, please mum, please mum, I’m shaking,’ the boy screams.

    Another voice yells out ‘f***ing dogs! f***ing c***s!’ 

    NSW Police confirmed to Daily Mail Australia that no arrests had yet been made and enquiries are continuing.

    They appealed to public to come forward with any footage and/or information – confidentially if necessary. 

    The video also shows two cars screeching away from the scene.

    When the youths arrived at the home, they entered through a side gate, one carrying a weapon.

    Two cars are shown two cars are shown arriving outside the home, before switching off their headlights in chaotic CCTV footage

    Two cars are shown two cars are shown arriving outside the home, before switching off their headlights in chaotic CCTV footage

    The boy’s mother was at home, singing karaoke but unaware of the disturbing

    The boy was taken to Nepean Hospital by his grandmother for treatment.

    Police said his injuries were not considered life-threatening.