A defenceless teenager was battered to death by a posse of men bent on revenge after he spat at a pensioner, a court heard.
Fuad Buraleh(CORR) was viciously attacked and left to die in Dean Gardens, West Ealing, in the early hours of January 26.
The Old Bailey heard on Tuesday how a gang mercilessly targeted the 19-year-old within half an hour of an altercation on a 207 bus with 67-year-old Carl Cadogan.
Mr Cadogan's son Myles, 24, and his friends Scott Baker, 21, Lee Beavis, 26, Anthony Sheehan, 22, and Richard O'Donoghue, 23, were all allegedly members of a 'makeshift posse' who rushed to the scene in two cars.
Myles Cadogan admitted hitting the victim with a bottle, and prosecutor Aftab Jafferjee said Buraleh "did not stand a chance" when faced with overwhelming numbers.
The two men squared up to him as they got off the bus and Cadogan aimed a kick at them through the doors.
Carl Cadogan, of Lambourne Close, Hanwell, O'Donohue, of Browning Avenue, Hanwell, Sheehan, of Acock Grove, Northolt, Myles Cadogan, of Brondesbury, and Beavis and Baker, of Ruislip, all deny murder and violent disorder.
The trial continues.