A SICK London knife gang filmed themselves chasing and stabbing a terrified victim in the back in broad daylight on Tuesday.
Shocking footage shows the thugs tailing their victim through the streets of North West London before knifing him several times.
They then hurl vile taunts as he lies bleeding in agony on the ground – with one screaming: "You got shanked up".
It comes amid a violent crime epidemic in the capital that has scene at least 51 people murdered in lawless London this year alone.
The victim, believed to be in his 20s, was found near Willesden Magistrates’ Court in Brent, London, just before 3.30pm.
He had been stabbed several times in the brutal attack – which took place in broad daylight.
The victim was rushed to hospital fighting for his life – but his condition has since improved.
Believed to have been filmed by one of the attackers, the clip has since been shared across social media.
In the video, a yob films the wounded victim and gloats about inflicting the horror injuries.
In the distressing clip, a group of hooded thugs are seen chasing after the victim down Chapel Close on bicycle and on foot.
A laughing accomplice drives behind them in a car and films the attack as the gang eventually catch up to the young man.
Thugs can be seen kicking, punching and stabbing the victim as he lies helpless on the ground.
A second clip shows the victim lying injured face down on the pavement with a large blood stain on the wall next to him.
The man filming the horror scene gestures at the wounded victim and shouts: "Look at that p***y".
He adds: "Suck your mum you d**k. You got shanked up you p***y."
A yob then starts approaches the victim and touches his bloodied back.
The man filming then shouts: “Look at your back! P***y! P***y! D**khead!"
Meanwhile, the victim can be heard moaning in pain as the footage ends.
A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said: “Officers were called at 15:26hrs on Tuesday, 11 June, to Chapel Close at the junction with Chancery Crescent, NW10.
"A man, believed to be in his early 20s, was found at the scene with multiple stab wounds.
"The victim was taken to a central London hospital where his condition is now described as stable; his injuries are no longer believed to be life-threatening.
"A crime scene is in place. No arrests. Enquiries continue.
"Anyone with information is asked to call police via 101 quoting reference CAD 4612/11Jun."
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