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Alleged Bus Bully Learns the Hard Way That You Can Only Push Someone So Far Before They Snap

Posted by on Apr. 11, 2014 at 12:36 PM
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Alleged Bus Bully Learns the Hard Way That You Can Only Push Someone So Far Before They Snap

An alleged bully was in for a major surprise after she decided to violently attack a boy on her school bus. While the victim initially sat helplessly as she punched him in the face, pulled his hair and slapped him, his eventual reaction stunned the young woman.

Image credit: YouTube

Image credit: YouTube

In video of the attack that was captured on a cell phone and subsequently uploaded to YouTube, the vicious assault unfolds as another boy begs off-camera for the girl to stop.

But she doesn’t listen.

As the berating and beating continues, the victim desperately tries to shield and protect himself, but to no avail.

But then something changes. When the alleged bully starts kicking the boy in the head, he springs to his feet and starts fighting back.

The tables instantaneously turn, as he grabs the her hair and puts her in a headlock, at one point seemingly dragging her over one of the seats; choking sounds can be heard.

The scene isn’t easy to watch.

“Get his hand off my eye please,” the girl says in the midst of the brawl, a hint of desperation replacing her once-aggressive tone.

Another boy — presumably the girl’s brother — becomes dismayed by what’s unfolding and he steps in to try and stop the bullying victim from getting his revenge.

“Oh hell! Get the — get the — f***! Holy s***! Get the f*** off of my f***ing sister!,” he says, as he tries to physically intervene.

Eventually, the brawl ends and the girl who seemingly started it all looks completely stunned by her victim’s response. The boy who countered her attack then asks if she is “ok.”

Watch it all unfold below (caution: strong language and violence)


The clip is likely to create debate and a plethora of emotion. In the end, it certainly raises numerous questions about civility, youth violence and bullying.

And a natural question one might ask is: Where the bus driver was during the attack?

While it’s unclear, a female’s voice can be heard in the background saying, “I can’t stop a thing.”

“There’s nothing I can do. That’s why I tell ya’ll don’t fight,” the woman added. “Nothing to do but call the police…callin’ 911 now.”

It is unclear whether this was the bus driver or another student, but one thing is for certain: no adults intervened to stop the argument, as far as the footage shows.

It’s also unclear when and where this video was captured or whether the boy did anything to anger the girl before the fight ensued, but the scene is certainly unforgettable.

This story is reminiscent of another we covered back in 2011 about a bully in Australia who learned a lesson after his alleged victim responded. And in 2012, a bullied bus monitor turned a horrific verbal attack into something entirely positive.

by on Apr. 11, 2014 at 12:36 PM
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Ednarooni160
by Eds on Apr. 11, 2014 at 12:40 PM
1 mom liked this

At first I couldn't tell who was the bully...guess this is why they call some little girls "bossy"..

mommy_2_be_2010
by Member on Apr. 11, 2014 at 12:50 PM
That's what she gets if only they would have allowed me to get at my bullies.....most of us get tired of being picked on and have had enough
rocketracer
by Gold Member on Apr. 11, 2014 at 12:52 PM
3 moms liked this

Did you notice how the boy ask the girl if she was ok after he HAD to defend himself? 

ETA:  You can only poke a bear for so much....

blueforewolf
by on Apr. 13, 2014 at 1:13 AM
1 mom liked this

I think more victims should stand up for themselves frankly - you can only push people so far - 

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