A HOODIE gang has been named and shamed after savagely attacking three Polish men. The six thugs - including two teenage girls - repeatedly punched, kicked and headbutted their victims after ambushing them in the early hours of June 4, last year.
Shocking CCTV footage shows one victim being jumped on as he lay unconscious on the ground.
One of the attackers, 14-year-old Lacey Walcott-Parfett from Peckham, was described as a talented actress studying for 11 GCSEs. Her friend Joanne Yanka was only 13 at the time of the assault.
After viewing the images, Judge Charles Byers asked: "What on earth were girls of that age doing out on the streets at that time in the morning?"
Blackfriars Crown Court heard the three victims, all in their 20s, were waiting for a night bus near Catford Bridge at around 2am when they were attacked.
Film of the assault shows one of the men staggering to his feet like a punch-drunk boxer only to be struck again by a flying kick.
The four boys admitted violent disorder while the girls pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of causing an affray.
After sentencing them on Thursday, the judge ruled their identity should be revealed because it was "in the public interest".
He said: "Gang violence carried out by youths like you at night are fast making the streets of this country, and in particular the streets of South-east London, a no-go area for right-thinking members of the public."
Christopher Okwera, 22, of Crossbet Road, Greenwich, was jailed for 21 months and the other five were sent to a young offender institution.
Olatunde Olatosin, 16, of Archer Square,New Cross, and Jason Nsimbe, 16, of Bellingham Road, Catford, received 10 months.
Joanne Yanka, 14, of Worcestershire House, Kennington Road; Lacey Walcott-Parfett, 15, of Haslam Street, Peckham; and Yesien Tshibangu, 17, of Lupton Close, Grove Park each received six months.