Bullying has been a long-standing issue in our society. It occurs amongst people of all ages from a school environment to an office environment. Unfortunately, because we live in such a technological era, bullying is even more frequent today due to the Internet. Nonetheless, it’s refreshing to know that there are still good samaritans out there who are willing to defend the little guy. In today’s video, we have footage of what looked like a potential beat down. Before the bully could attack his victim, however, a vigilante intervened and gave the bully a taste of his own medicine.It usually occurs whenever there is a power imbalance (whether it’s real or perceived). Bullying most commonly exists among school kids.
It’s usually repeated over a time period. The behavior can negatively affect both those who are being bullied and those who are bullying long term.
Such ways include spreading rumors, intentionally excluding someone from a group, physically or verbally attacking someone and making threats.
They can either be the bully, be the one getting bullied or be a witness of the bullying. Kids often play more than one role when they’re involved.
At the time, the victim was minding his own business while standing next to the fence.
Although the boy next to the fence was ignoring the bully and made no eye contact with him, it was obvious that he was the one being targeted.
Judging from the background voices, it seemed like they were all anticipating a fight to happen before their eyes.
He calmly made his way over in silence.
He then surprised him with one big punch that knocked him to the ground. Everyone was surprised!
Some even praised the vigilante for intervening and punching the bully.
He eventually got up and shamefully walked away from the scene.
Or was he simply doing a good deed by standing up for a defenseless stranger?
Nonetheless, we’re sure the victim was incredibly grateful for the random act of kindness.
Those who are bullied are typically individuals who are perceived as weaker, smaller younger or vulnerable.
This is mostly because bullies typically get what they want (at least at first), hence causing them to want to continue such behavior.
It can happen at as early an age as two years old if a normal aggression isn’t handled properly.
They can’t bully just anyone, it has to be someone who lacks assertiveness and gives off a sense of fear.
That’s why it’s so nice to see that kids, like the one in this video, still stand up for what is right.
**Watch the vigilante save the day in the video below.**