An Auckland woman was “racially attacked” in a central city park while trying to find a distressed child’s missing caregiver, Newshub reports. Carisse came across a “hysterical” child in Grey Lynn Park on Thursday afternoon, and began walking with the child to find his mum. On being hailed by a woman she assumed was the boy’s mother, Carisse approached her – but the woman accused her of “abducting the kid” and began spouting abuse, including calling her “…dumb n*****’ not once but twice.” Carrisse said it is the first time she had been racially attacked and she was shocked it happened at her local park.