After he comes to aid of autistic friend, 2 schoolgirls filmed punching and kicking teenage boy in face

Footage shows a pair of savage girls restraining a young boy and repeatedly kicking him in the head

Footage shows a pair of savage girls restraining a young boy and repeatedly kicking him in the head

She then drags him to one side throwing her fists at him before shouting: “F ****** hit me again and watch me get you killed.” The lad asks: “Why are you touching my phone?”, and one of the girls retorts: “Because you’re f ****** videoing me. Move it from my face.”

Clearly frightened, the boy, who only has one shoe on, backs away and says: “Yeah, cause I definitely hit you, didn’t I?”

Another male, seemingly the person recording the mobile phone footage, then shouts, “p**** hole” before the video cuts out.

The 18-second clip, filmed on June 7, has been watched more than 600,000 times since it was posted on Facebook by Jake on Thursday.

His mum, Clare, 49, from Yate, said he was left with marks on his forehead, scratches, lumps and a sore jaw and headache, and the police are involved.

Footage shows a pair of savage girls restraining a young boy and repeatedly kicking him in the head

Footage shows a pair of savage girls restraining a young boy and repeatedly kicking him in the head

And she commended her lad for defending his friend.

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The mum-of-four said: “It really did leave him shaken, bruised and sore.

“I think he put it on Facebook because he wanted to get the message out there that violent behaviour was just not acceptable.

“We brought him up not to hit girls and the footage really shows that.

“As I mum I just could not watch it. I saw the first kick and I haven’t been able to see the rest of it.

“It has been a very stressful time for us all and we are proud of him.”

It is understood the girls, aged 14 and 15, have been expelled from school.

Avon and Somerset Constabulary are investigating the incident.

A spokesman said: “We’re investigating an assault on a 14-year-old boy in Emersons Green on the evening of Tuesday 7 June.

“We’re aware of a video on social media and this will form part of our ongoing investigation.

“We’re taking steps to ensure this video is removed from social media and would ask users to refrain from leaving abusive comments, as any messages considered to be of a threatening nature will be investigated.

“The full circumstances surrounding this assault will be examined and safeguarding measures are in place for all those involved.”

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