**New York City Asylum Seeker Attacks Hotel Worker with “No Parking” Sign**
An asylum-seeking immigrant, previously expelled from the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City, became enraged and brutally attacked a staff member with a “No Parking” sign. This act of violence raises concerns about Mayor Eric Adams’ decision to convert the Roosevelt Hotel into an asylum seeker arrival center last month.
After being shut down for several years, the 1,000-room hotel on East 45th Street was repurposed into New York City’s primary “asylum seeker arrival center” in response to the Democratic mayor’s decision. Early on Tuesday, a migrant who had been removed from the hotel due to disorderly conduct tried to get back inside, according to the police. A 36-year-old hotel employee, who was aware of the individual’s prior misbehavior, denied him entry. The authorities revealed that the rejected migrant wanted to reunite with his wife, who was still inside the hotel.
Refusing to accept the situation, the angry asylum seeker reputedly waited outside the hotel to confront the staff member who turned him away. The police informed The New York Post that when the worker left the building, he noticed the waiting migrant and tried to flee to East 46th Street and Fifth Avenue. However, the migrant pursued and eventually caught up to him.
At approximately 1 a.m., the infuriated migrant grabbed a metal “No Parking” sign belonging to the Gotham Hotel and struck the worker over the head, leaving a six-inch gash. The attacker then fled the scene on foot, with the police now actively searching for the suspect.
The wounded worker was rushed to a nearby hospital where he received stitches for his injury. Just before this vicious attack, Mayor Adams had toured the Roosevelt Hotel to personally