Sophie Walsh was grabbed by a stranger who punched her while she was covering the London protests on live TV.
An Australian reporter feared she would be stabbed to death on live television hours before an angry mob chased down her colleagues during protests in London.
Ben Avery said police officers were outnumbered by protesters, making them hard to control.
Ben Avery, a Europe correspondent for Network Nine, had crossed live to the Today Show when he was approached by several rioters, including one who snatched his microphone.
Nine News journalist, Ben Avery and camera operator Cade Thompson were near the Houses of Parliament when protesters started jostling the pair, with Avery and Thompson running while protesters followed. The London march started in Hyde Park before winding its way to Parliament Square. Floyd, an unarmed black man, died after a white police officer knelt on his neck, an event that has set off the biggest anti-racism protests seen in the United States since the 1960s.
Sophie Walsh said she was "shaken but ok" after the incident.
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Two Nine News journalists are assaulted while covering a London demonstration against police violence and racial injustice following the killing of George Floyd by US police officers.
Sophie Walsh had a man threaten to stab her during a live cross while Ben Avery had to flee as protestors started advancing on him.
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