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


What do you do if you’re a teenage boy, trapped on a bus, with a powerful teenage girl punching and kicking you? In this case, you stop her assault, incapacitate her with an excellent rear-naked choke, and then ask if she’s okay once she’s no longer a threat:

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.

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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.

It goes without saying that no self-respecting male would strike or otherwise harm a woman, barring extraordinary circumstances — which, as the video at the link above shows, these were. Major credit goes to the kid who was bullied for his excellent technique when he started defending himself, his restraint in only responding to her once she started kicking him in the head, and once she was calmed down by his choke hold, asking if she was okay.

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