The following news video shows an unprovoked attack by five culture-enriching “youths” on a 14-year-old boy at a shopping center in Melbourne, Australia. The first blow was a kick to the head while the victim had his hands in his pockets.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for uploading this video:
Below are excerpts from an article about the incident in The Herald Sun:
Melton Teen Bashing Caught on Video, Shared on Facebook
A MELTON teenager has narrowly escaped serious injury after he was the victim of a violent and unprovoked attack.
A video shared to Facebook viewed more than 64,000 times, shows 14-year-old Haydyn Wilson being violently bashed by a group of five older teenagers in an unprovoked attack at Woodgrove shopping centre in Melton.
The incident happened last Wednesday evening around 5pm.
Eyewitness Joel Hamilton said he heard a racket which got his attention.
“I saw this group of teenagers holding the kid up against a window, crowding and circling him, he couldn’t get out of there,” he said.
“They were intimidating him. The kid had his hands in his pockets the whole time … he wasn’t going to attack.
“He tried to escape and ran 2-3meters away from the group before they got him again and started beating the sh*t out of him.”
“He was on the ground bleeding so much, his nose was all pushed back it didn’t look too nice.”
The victim’s father, Travis Wilson shared his anger on Facebook earlier today: “You guys have no idea what it’s like watching this………!!!!!!!”
“5 on to 1 kid unaware with hands in his pockets,” he said.
“But nothing the police or courts or news segment or God himself can do, will teach these tough c^*#s a lesson.
“Not a real lesson, This is only something a scorned father can!!!!!!”
The victim suffered an out-of-the-blue kick to the face as his hands were in his pockets, before he was punched in the face.
He then fell to the ground and was kicked in the head multiple times.
The victim cowered in pain and covered his head, while the attackers continued their ruthless attack before the video stops.
One of the student attackers hasn’t been back to school at Christian Regional College since police became involved.
Hat tip: The Observer.