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Teen thugs beat up a younger boy before stealing his $200 Nikes

Cowardly teenage thugs beat up a younger boy so badly he suffers a chipped tooth and black eye – before stealing his $200 Nikes

  • Two youths pinned down and punched a 14-year-old boy and stole his shoes
  • The boy was left with a chipped tooth, a black eye and a bruised face and jaw 
  • Witnesses took back the battered boy’s shoes and chased off the attackers 
  • The group have been named and shamed after a video was posted online 
  • One of the gang said they were ‘sticking up for a younger mate’ on Facebook

Two teenagers have been filmed ganging up on a younger boy, punching him, and then stealing his shoes. 

The 14-year-old boy desperately tries to dodge the pair who corner him outside the sheds of the Mandurah Mustangs AFL club in Western Australia’s southwest. 

One of the witnesses to the assault filmed the attack, which was posted to Facebook on Saturday night. 

The boy slips over and is pinned down by one teenager while another pulls off his $200 Nike shoes and they all attempt to flee. 

The victim is picked up by one of the attackers who punches him in the jaw. 

The boys suffered a chipped tooth, black eye and bruising to his face. 

Two other boys swear and taunt the boy from from the sidelines.  

Witnesses took back the stolen shoes from the group and chased them away.  

One teenager pins down the teenage boy while another takes off his shoes. A witness recorded the fight and posted it online where the group was named and shamed

The group had allegedly targeted the boy on the bus and followed him to Rushton Park.

The attackers were named and shamed on social media by people who knew them. 

One attacker defended himself on Facebook saying he was ‘sticking up for a younger mate’, according to Channel 7. 

‘I didn’t even say a word to his mate,’ the victim said. 

Police are planning to speak to the teenagers involved.  

One of the attackers justified his actions claiming he was 'sticking up for a younger mate'. The boy who was punched says he 'didn't say a word to his mate'

One of the attackers justified his actions claiming he was ‘sticking up for a younger mate’. The boy who was punched says he ‘didn’t say a word to his mate’

An attacker holds on to the $200 pair of stolen shoes. Witnesses took the shoes back and chased the attackers away

An attacker holds on to the $200 pair of stolen shoes. Witnesses took the shoes back and chased the attackers away

 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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