Two British tourists have been beaten and robbed by a gang of six “Arab appearance” men in Cologne’s Cathedral square. The two men were briefly hospitalised on Friday night after being jumped by a gang of six men outside Cologne’s central rail station. Local newspaper Express reports the tourists had just got off a tram at the station when they were attacked by the group, who had lured them out under the pretext of taking them to a party. Cologne police are now seeking the attackers. One of the gang was described by the victims as being “particularly large” and dark-skinned. The other five were of ordinary build and “Arab-looking”. All of the men were said to be between 18 and 20 years old. The British tourists were punched and kicked, and were robbed of a wallet and mobile phone. The assailants reportedly fled into the night. The historic square between Cologne’s Medieval cathedral and Wilhelmine railway station which become infamous worldwide in January for mass sex attacks which saw over 1,000 men and women beaten, robbed, groped, and even raped by predominantly migrant males appears to have still not shed its migrant problem after reports of the latest another attack.