Amateur video of the robbery shown in this TODAY.com's file video from August 2011.
Two men have been found guilty of robbing an injured student as they pretended to help him during last summer's riots in London - an act that was caught on camera and provoked outrage across Britain.
The pair were convicted of robbery and violent disorder, the BBC reported.
Their victim, Malaysian accountancy student Ashraf Rossli, 20, had been in the UK for just a month when he was attacked on 8 August 2011 in the east London district of Barking.
Handout pictures obtained from the Metropolitan Police show British teenager Beau Isagba (L) who was convicted in February 2012 of assaulting and stealing from a Malaysian student during last year's London riots, Reece Donovan (C) and John Kafunda (R) who were found guilty on March 2, 2012 of posing as Good Samaritans to steal from the student in an incident caught on camera. Kafunda was convicted of robbery and violent disorder. Donovan was convicted of theft, violent disorder and later robbing a supermarket.
Rioters had brought chaos to the streets with widespread violence and petty crime.
The Evening Standard newspaper reported that Rossli was on his way to a friend's house when his bicycle was stolen and he was punched, breaking his jaw in two places.
As Rossli stumbled along a road, covered in blood, John Kafunda, 22, and Reece Donovan, 24, appeared to help by steering him away from the violence - but instead from stole items from his backpack.
A portable Sony PlayStation games console, a wallet and other items were taken, valued at a total of $750 (£500).
Footage of the incident, captured on a mobile phone and circulated on the internet, prompted outrage in Britain where well-wishers raised more than $27,000 (£22,000) for Rossli to help him recover and continue his studies.
The Evening Standard report said judge at London's Wood Green Crown Court told the men they can both expect lengthy custodial sentences when they are sentenced on 13 March Last month, Beau Isagba, 17, was found guilty of assaulting Rossli and stealing his bike. He will be sentenced on 9 March.
Ch Supt Gary Buttercase, of the Metropolitan Police, said: "I have met Mr Rossli and he is a man of humility and dignity and a tremendous credit to his country."
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