Dim attacker breaks jaw of man in red onesie he mistakes for Power Ranger

A onesie-wearing reveller had his jaw broken in an unprovoked attack on a night out – after being mistaken for a Power Ranger.

Andy Mulligan was on a night out in Leeds in his red onesie when he was randomly attacked and had his jaw broken.

Andy Mulligan, 24, was dressed in a red all-in-one when he was knocked out outside the Revolution bar in the Electric Press in Leeds city centre.

It later emerged his attacker had confused him with another customer he’d had a scuffle with inside the bar who was dressed up as one of the characters from children’s television show, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers.

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Mr Mulligan, of Alwoodley, said: “It was a totally unprovoked attack.

“I’ve got a friend who knows someone who was knocked out in similar circumstances and they died as a result.

“He needs locking up.”

Police are still looking for the attacker.

Detective Constable Kate Hutton, of Leeds district CID, said: “The victim was left seriously injured in what we believe was a completely unprovoked attack where it appears he was mistaken for someone the suspect had been involved in scuffle with earlier on the dancefloor.

“I would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident.”