Daniel Radcliffe helps mugging victim in London

Daniel Radcliffe attends the 'Imperium' premiere during the 12th Zurich Film Festival on September 30, 2016 in Zurich, Switzerland.

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LONDON — "Harry Potter" star Daniel Radcliffe is a hero in real life, too. 

The actor came to the aid of a man who was mugged by moped-riding attackers in London.

Former police officer David Videcette told the Evening Standard newspaper that two moped riders attacked a man just off the upmarket King's Road in west London, slashing him across the face and making off with a Louis Vuitton bag.

He said he saw 27-year-old Radcliffe consoling the victim after the attack.

A spokeswoman for Radcliffe confirmed Tuesday that the "Harry Potter" star had been present but gave no other details, calling it a police matter.

The Metropolitan Police force said officers were called Friday to reports of a robbery in the area, in which a man in his 50s suffered a cut to the face. There have been no arrests.