This is the shocking moment a middle-aged white man brutally punches a young black girl in the face in front of a horrified crowd of kids standing outside a shopping mall. The altercation involving 51-year-old David Steven Bell and the 11-year-old victim was captured on cellphone video around 7pm Saturday outside the Asheville Mall in North Carolina. Bell is seen in the footage bickering back and forth with the group of young girls. It’s unclear what transpired between Bell and the children before the video began. Bell was arrested after the incident and charged with assault on a female under the age of 12 and two counts of assault. He was booked to Buncombe County jail but released around 1am Sunday.


The customer was allegedly being disruptive to staff and fellow patrons.

The incident took place at the McDonald’s location on Martin Luther King Drive in Chicago. The McDonald’s employee is seen punching the customer and then shoving him to the ground. Fox 32 reported that moments before the fight was recorded on amateur cell phone video, the customer was ‘cussing and begging the worker to fight him.’ The customer is seen slipping and falling down while the employee is wailing on him. As the customer is on his knees, the employee bends down toward him and begins to punch him repeatedly in the head.


A video circulating online shows a now-former Ellison High School student involved in the assault Thursday of employees at Best Donut, which is near the school, according to school district officials.

Chief Communications Officer Terry Abbott said the video shows a former student jumped up on the counter inside the shop on Trimmier Road and watched while two of his adult family members crossed the counter and assaulted an employee of the donut shop.

The identities of the accused family members are unknown.

Abbott said it appears no other students were involved in the incident that was recorded and posted to social media Thursday.

The student was suspended and has been withdrawn from the district, and is relocating to another state as previously planned by the family, according to Abbott.


The Polk County Sheriff’s Office on Friday released a disturbing video that shows two teenage girls fighting. Deputies say the video also shows a woman coaching one of the girls during the brawl.

Giselle Reyes Felix, 36, is accused of instigating a fight between the girls. She was arrested on charges of Child Abuse and Contributing to the Delinquency of a Minor.

Neither girl was seriously injured during the fight, which happened on Nov. 29.

According to an arrest affidavit, Reyes Felix drove a 16-year-old girl to the area of where a 17-year-old girl lived in Kissimmee, because of problems between the two teens.

The 17-year-old victim was walking home from school when she heard a car horn and saw a car quickly approaching her. The 16-year-old suspect yelled at the victim and then attacked her, according to the affidavit.

Deputies say while the two girls were fighting, Reyes Felix, the , was coaching the suspect on what to .

When the victim fell on her back, the 16-year-old stomped on her head multiple times with her feet. A Good Samaritan was able to stop the fight temporarily, but deputies say Felix encouraged the 16-year-old to again attack the other girl.

The 16-year-old suspect was arrested and charged with Battery.

“Our adult suspect was supposed to be responsible for the 16-year-old girl. Instead, she not only drove the girl to the victim, but she also incited and encouraged a fight, and coached the girl on how to hit the victim. This was totally irresponsible,” said Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd.

The identities of the two girls have not been released.


FROM SOURCE: “So apparently the big girl was blocking the aisle & the little girl in the yellow said “bxtches act like they cant fxcking move, blocking the aisle” so the big girl responded with “What bxtch! Who the fxck you talking to”. That’s how it all started. Then the other guy in the back said, “that’s why your daughter bald headed as fxck.. tell that bxtch to grow some hair”. That’s when all hell breaks loose. Oh and they had children with them too. Yes it was wrong because the kids were there but mf’s gotta accept the parts they played. IT COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED!” – Dior


According to the submitter “This is the second time this teacher gets in a fight with a student. The first one being the video I originally sent. The music teacher was giving his lecture up until a student started harassing him. He started to call him nigga and bitch. The teacher finally got fed up and started to initiate a physical fight with the student. The people in the classroom tried to get in between up until the end where the principle and other staff came into the classroom to break up the fight. The teacher got arrested.”
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Here’s another version with the build up before the punches were thrown


The NYPD released a video showing the recent assault of a 49-year-old man in the Bronx. The video shows the man being pushed out of the store by another man, who then beats him and steals his wallet before taking off. People are seen walking around the two men during the robbery, without helping. The incident happened just before 8am last Thursday, on the 1200 block of Wheeler Avenue in Soundview. The assailant remains at large.


It seems everyone in that classroom recording including the teacher have forgotten the first rule of fight club.

A high school teacher in Texas has been suspended after recording a fight between students instead of stopping it.

The teacher from McKinney High School in McKinney, Texas, is on administrative leave after a video surfaced of him recording a school fight, according to the school district.

The video shows two unidentified students fighting while the male teacher stands back and films the interaction on his phone.

The incident was reported to the school district on Wednesday and the teacher was put on leave until officials could investigate the matter.


After a Saturday screening of Insidious: The Last Key at the Hollywood 20 Cinema in Bartlett, Tennessee, a fight broke out in the theater’s lobby. Video shows teenage girls throwing each other to the ground and pulling each other’s hair amid screaming and general chaos. ‘It was on Snapchat. It was crazy,’ a source told WREG.


Police in Arnold, Missouri are seeking 50-year-old Scott F. Heatherly, whom they say is the suspect caught on camera, in connection with the assault Friday in a Walgreens parking lot. A police spokesman told late Wednesday that Heatherly had not yet surrendered to authorities as his family had previously said he would. The shocking incident unfolded on Friday evening at about 5.30pm on the southern outskirts of St. Louis, when a female driver saw a dark pickup truck tailgating her on Interstate 55 and flashing his lights.


A video has surfaced of a fight at a Chicago Chuck E. Cheese. Several men in the Lower West Side location threw punches outside the spot while women tried to intervene and prevent chaos. The fight took place outside the restaurant while a children’s party was taking place. Chuck E. Cheese has faced a string of violent incidents across the country.


An $18 dollar parking fee allegedly led to a valet being knocked unconscious by an irate customer in front of a Ft. Lauderdale hotel. Surveillance video from the Ocean Sky Hotel & Resort in Fort Lauderdale shows the valet having a conversation with a man when the man suddenly punches the valet in the face, dropping him to the ground. The man then straddled the valet and puts his hands on him as people from the hotel come rushing out.


Occurred on July 8, 2017 / Tinley Park, Illinois, USA Info from Licensor: “Hollywood Casino Amphitheater, Tinley Park, IL 7/8/17. This is after a sold out Sam Hunt concert. The minivan is trying to get into the same lane as the silver car, the silver car wouldn’t the let minivan in resulting in this parking lot brawl. Police arrived shortly after the video ends.”


Disgusting moment a 350lb thug punches a 15yr old girl
Police are on the hunt for a couple who were caught on video camera giving a brutal beat down to a restaurant owner and her teen daughter because they weren’t happy with their meals. A video shows the couple, identified as Nathaniel Smith and Latasha Smith (inset), giving a violent beating to restaurant owner and her 15-year-old because they weren’t happy with their meal. They were upset because they thought their chicken was cold and they didn’t get enough fries. Owner Jeanette Norris suffered a broken nose and her daughter a concussion in the shocking display of violence. Chief James Godfrey of the Baxley Police Department said he hadn’t seen anything like this in his 41 years on the force. ‘That’s just pure brutality,’ he said.


PHILADELPHIA–Police were seeking the public’s help in identifying juveniles seen in a viral video posted on social media sucker-punching a mentally challenged man in the city’s Germantown section.

The 30-second video, recorded in slow-motion, shows the man smiling and apparently distracted as a young teen boy moves in from behind and punches him hard on the left side of his face. The victim appears shocked by the attack, which happened at Chelten Avenue and Knox Street, when a second older male pursues him and punches him around the his right ear. There are five males visible in the video. The youngest is seen laughing hysterically. Gerald Andrews Sr., 48, said the victim was a co-worker at a ShopRite in Cheltenham and identified him by his first name, Mark.

“He keeps that smile on his face. He wants to talk sports. He’s a good guy,” Andrews said Monday night about Mark.

Andrews said he learned about the video from another co-worker and posted a copy Monday afternoon on Facebook.

“It’s heartbreaking,” he said of the attack.

As of 9 p.m. the video had been viewed more than 100,000 times and had been shared nearly 3,900 times.

Andrews said he did not know where the video was originally posted.

Northwest Detectives Division is investigating the assault, said police spokesman Sgt. Eric Gripp.

“Obviously, what is depicted in the video is very disturbing,” Gripp said. “We would implore anyone who has info on the video, or who knows the identity of the victim to reach out to police.”