Angry mom confronts son's bully and threatens to 'rip his face off' if he touched her son again in shocking video
Seemingly tired at the inaction taken against her son's bully, the mom decided to take matters into her own hands.
An incensed mother was filmed confronting the bully who had allegedly been harassing her son, warning him to not come near her child or that she would "rip your f****** face off."
The video, which was uploaded on Twitter, shows the mom getting up close to the bully as he filmed her and launching a brutal verbal attack against him. He keeps telling her to move away from him, but she ignores him and dares him to "touch" her son again.
He tells her, "You can't touch me, you ain't allowed to touch me," to little avail. She keeps advancing toward him, and when he tries to push her away, she taunts him, "Touch me again, touch me again."
She then spins around, backs off a few paces, and ties up her long dark hair before once again continuing with her tirade and threatening the bully that she would not hesitate to take action if her son fell victim to him again.
"Let me tell you something you little c***, I ain't from around here, you know who I am? I'm [child's] name, I'm [child's] name, yeah. No, I ain't gonna stop getting close," she says. "Touch my son again and I'll rip your f*****g face off, I'll rip your mum's face off, your dad's face off... touch him I dare you too. I f*****g dare you too. know yourself know yourself, know yourself."
"I'm warning you, I'm warning you - one more f*****g time but I can't touch you, yeah I'm getting all up in your face," she continues, as the video cuts off.
Social media seemed to overwhelmingly side with the mother. "Probably complained to the school several times and nothing done, can't blame her at all. Bet the kid doesn't even look in his direction since this," one wrote.
"Good on her! Kid knows his rights too much, 'you’re not allowed to touch me' yet doesn’t know how to behave towards others," a second user commented.
"Schools and teachers are weak," another posted. "Qe have a bullying problem, in its many forms, as they are not on it. The parents of bullies need to be held accountable. Parents instincts are to protect their kids no matter by whom [sic]."