Kid Tracks Down Bullies Who Jumped Him & Takes Them Apart One By One John Wick Style
For someone who prides themselves on being able to handle themselves, there is nothing that makes them feel more hopeless than being jumped. The feeling over being overcome by a gang of people when they know individually they could tear them each a new one just eats away at people. After a while, they decide to take action, which is what the protagonist in the video below did after he recovered from being jumped by five youths. The story is that he took systematic, individual revenge on his attackers, and the cameras were rolling when he went on his rampage.
The clip shows the initial attack where the dude, wearing a black puffer and dark jeans is confronted by another guy in a green hoodie, drawn tight over his head. As the two converse, the dude in the puffer backs away, winding up his earphones and dodging oncoming traffic. Then all of a sudden a number of kids emerge from the shadows, jumping him and beating him to a pulp. He covers up to hopefully survive the brunt of the attack and things only dissipate when a car pulls up.
The clip then cuts to some days after the attack where the dude, who has since recovered, has plotted him next move. He has his friends follow him to provide moral support as he traces his first attacker. Entering a school car park, he takes off his top, down to his singlet and finds the first guy. Well, a barrage of blows sees him thoroughly taken care of. No defence that the kid can put up will help him as the dude ground and pounds him to a bloody mess. A teacher tries to intervene but the dude pursues the other kid and unleashes more hell on him.
But he is not done.
Later that day he rings the doorbell of his next attacker, and after challenging him to a duel, absolutely annihilates him. The victim cowers as the dude straddles him, delivering systematic, well-thought-through strikes to his face and head. The whole thing is pretty confronting, but if the story is true, then they damn well deserved it!
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