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Extremely patient security guard cops a torrent of abuse

‘You’re a dumb person…you’re a dog’: Extremely patient security guard cops a torrent of abuse from man before eventually tackling him to the ground

  • Footage shows the bouncer outside The Cabret Club in Brunswick, Victoria
  • Man stands near the bouncer and repeatedly insults him on night out
  • Eventually the bouncer finishes trying to reason with the man and tackles him 

This is the moment a bouncer wrestled a man to the ground after copping verbal abuse outside a nightclub where he was working.

Footage shows the bouncer calmly dealing with a man who was shouting at him outside The Cabaret Club in Brunswick, Melbourne.  

The man stands about a metre away from the bouncer and repeatedly insults him.

Footage shows the bouncer calmly dealing with a man who was shouting at him outside The Cabaret Club in Brunswick, Victoria

‘You’re f****** stupid,’ the man says as the bouncer remains calm.

‘You’re f****** dumb,’ the man continues. ‘You’re a dumb person, you’re a dog.’

At that point another patron interrupts the heated discussion to ask if the bouncer can save his place in the queue.

The bouncer smiles and agrees before turning his attention back to the man who is abusing him.

‘You’re dumb, you’re a dumb person,’ the man repeatedly shouts.

Eventually the bouncer finishes trying to reason with the aggressive man and instead tackles him to the ground

Eventually the bouncer finishes trying to reason with the aggressive man and instead tackles him to the ground

Eventually the bouncer finishes trying to reason with the aggressive man and instead tackles him to the ground.

The man continues shouting from the floor before the video ends.

The case highlights the abuse that nightclub security staff face during their shifts.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted The Cabaret Club for comment.  

The case highlights the abuse that nightclub security staff face during their shifts

The case highlights the abuse that nightclub security staff face during their shifts

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