Horror moment bullies kick boy, 15, after ‘slicing head open with screwdriver’
This is the horrific moment a 15-year-old boy is relentlessly kicked on the ground in an unprovoked attack as he was walking home with his girlfriend.
The shocking footage shows as many as six teens attacking the teenager as he lies on the floor near Donaghmede Shopping Centre in Dublin, Ireland.
They kick his body and face as a worried friend tells them: “Get the f*** away from him, stop it”.
The boy’s mum has said it is one of a number of attacks carried out by the gang around Dublin, Ireland.
She revealed that, in August, the group cut open the back of the boy’s head with a screwdriver.
It is believed the large group all attend the same school in north Dublin as their victims and attack them while they’re walking alone.
The bullies are said to have carried out brutal and vicious attacks in Clarehall, Donaghmede, Belmayne Darndale and Coolock.
Speaking to Dublin Live, the boy’s mum said she feels lucky that her son is still alive.
She said: "These are constant attacks. It's been happening on a regular basis since the start of lockdown.”
The poor boy has refused to go to the Gardai – Ireland’s police service – out of fear for the repercussions of revealing the bullies’ names.
She continued: "Gardai need the names but he won't tell them.
"He's into boxing, he's well able to protect himself but it's him against a massive group.
"His head was busted open this time around and back in August, there was even more of them."
Speaking of the screwdriver attack in August, the mum said her son “would have been killed” had it not been for a passer-by stepping in.
"They slashed open the back of his head with the weapon leaving him with a long laceration and if he was left on the street he could have easily bled out,” she added.
She has even confronted the alleged attackers’ parents but they try to “brush it off” by claiming their children also have problems.
"The only problem they have is that they are nasty bullies,” she added.
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