A man in a wheelchair was shocked with a stun gun and robbed of more than $100 while waiting for a bus in the East Village, police said Saturday.
The victim, who is about 60 years old, was waiting for a bus at about 1 a.m. Thursday at 10 Avenue D, police said.
Three men came out of a chicken restaurant, shocked him with a stun gun, searched his pockets and took his money, police said.
The robbers fled, police said. The victim went to Mount Sinai Beth Israel hospital.
Police are investigating.