Right now police officers patrol San Francisco’s Tenderloin District, but the CEO wants even more patrols especially after disturbing video has been released. 

On Tuesday of the employees at HVMN released the graphic video. 

It shows a man stomping on another man’s head and then man on the ground is motionless. 

The attacker reportedly told people to stay away. 

The CEO of HVMN says his employees are fearful in the Tenderloin, calling it a war zone. 

Geoffrey Woo is asking for more patrols and help from the city. 

Over the past few years, more tech and startup companies have moved into San Francisco.

His fears are not alone. 

Recently, Spotify moved out of that same area after saying it was too fearful for their employees.