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Women Smoking Marijuana Beat Up Man Who Told Them To Move, Police Say

 Two women beat a man who told them to stop smoking weed outside of his apartment, police said.
Two women beat a man who told them to stop smoking weed outside of his apartment, police said.
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CHELSEA — Two women beat up a 29-year-old man who asked them to stop smoking pot outside of his Chelsea apartment building, NYPD said.

The man was walking his dogs in front of 253 W. 16th St. when he noticed the pair smoking marijuana at 6:20 p.m. on April 29, according to authorities.

When he asked the women to move from the front of the building, they began hitting the man and pulled him to the ground, before fleeing on foot, police said.  

The victim suffered minor injuries, police said. He described the women, who have not been arrested or identified, as having straight black hair, NYPD said. One was 5'4", the other's height was unknown, according to authorities. 

Other crimes in the 10th Precinct include:

► A pair of 20-year-old men attacked two other men as they were leaving The Gilded Lily at 2:30 a.m. on Friday May 1, police said.

The men broke the hand of a 39-year-old man and left the other man with bruises and cuts, after assaulting them in front of the club at 408 W. 15th St., according to authorities.

The first assailant is described as blond haired and blue-eyed, 6 feet tall and 180 lbs with short straight hair, and has not been arrested. During the attack, he said "You’re my b---h” to the 19-year-old and “Your boy is my b---h" to the 39-year-old,  police said.

The second man is described as 5’7’’ and 160 lbs with black hair, brown eyes and short straight hair, and said “F--- your boy,” police said.

The 39-year-old victim was taken to Lenox Hill Healthplex.

The club did not respond to a request for comment.

► A thief stole $16,000 worth of jewelry, including four watches and a set of cufflinks, from a man's apartment at 360 W. 21st St. last week, according to police

On Friday May 1, the victim came home to discover he was missing a Jaeger-LeCoultre Reverso Duo watch valued at $10,000 missing, as well as a Breitling Colt Automatic worth $3,300, a $1,500 Omega classic and a $900 Tissot, police said.