15-year-old arrested for BMW gang attack in NYC

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with the wild Tuesday attack on a BMW driver whose flashy car was vandalized by a bicycle gang in broad daylight in Manhattan, the Post has learned.

The Queens teenager – who has not been identified as a minor – is charged as a juvenile after allegedly attacking victim Max Torgovnick’s luxury ride in Fifth Avenue.

According to the sources, about 25 motorcyclists are involved, six of whom damaged Torgovnick’s car. Police have also identified another teenager and are looking for him, the sources added.

Torgovnick told the Post on Wednesday he and his mother, who is in her 70s, had just made a donation to a non-profit organization and was on her way to his father’s neurology office when they ran into about 50 teenage cyclists on Tuesday afternoon.

In the video of the disturbing attack, the motorcyclists can surround the BMW in Fifth Avenue and 21st Street, with some hitting the vehicle with their fists and feet, and another hitting a bicycle on Torgovnick’s windshield.

One of the attackers then ran against the car and vaulted on top of the hood, causing the windshield to burst and partially collapse.

“At that point, I was afraid they would break the window, get in the car, take us out and get out,” Torgovnick recalls.

His mother called furiously 911 as she shouted, “We are going to die, they are going to kill us,” Torgovnick said.