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Protective Mom Unloads On Her Son’s Bully In Furious Rant Caught On Camera


When a cub is under attack, watch out for mama bear, for she will protect her bairn at all costs.

This instinct to shield a child from harm is ingrained in animals and humans alike.

One protective mother didn’t bare her claws, but she did chew out the bully who has been relentless with her son.

Sticks and stones were less effective (and would’ve resulted in a lawsuit) compared to the words this raging mother used to lash out against her son’s tormentor.

Her arsenal of invectives was enough to leave emotional scars.

She warned the bully that she would “rip your f****g face off” along with the faces of every member of his family.

A video of the altercation was shared by London Streets on Twitter.

It showed the alleged bully filming the woman verbally daring him to touch her son again.

He can be heard taunting her in response:

“You can’t touch me, you ain’t allowed to touch me.”

After momentarily backing off to gather her long dark hair into a ponytail, she returned to get real close and personal with the camera.

“I ain’t from around here, you know who I am? I’m [child’s] mum, I’m [child’s] mum, yeah. No I ain’t gonna stop getting close.”

“Touch my son again and I’ll rip your f*****g face off, I’ll rip your mum’s face off, your dad’s face off … touch him I dare you to. I f*****g dare you to. know yourself know yourself, know yourself.”

She remained aware of her physical boundaries, but her rage knew no bounds.

“I’m warning you, I’m warning you – one more f*****g time but I can’t touch you yeah I’m getting all up in your face.”

Many agreed that if schools choose to do nothing to protect students from violent bullies, parents may take matters into their own hands.

One user argued that the son should be able to fend for himself without the help of a parent.

But that notion was shut down immediately.

The likelihood that an abused student is too afraid to speak out is a common factor.

Her shocking confrontation remained justified for many.

Hopefully the bully won’t mess with this classmate again. Or things could escalate to a level no good for anyone involved.

The Book of Solutions: 150 Anti-Bullying Solutions is available here.


Written by Koh Mochizuki

Koh Mochizuki is a New York-based actor and writer. Originally hailing from Los Angeles, he received his B.A. in English literature and is fluent in Japanese. Disney parks are his passion, and endless cups of coffee are a necessity. Instagram: kohster Twitter: @kohster1