This is the horrifying moment a boy is pushed to the ground and savagely beaten by repeatedly being kicked in the head.
The harrowing recording shows a helpless teenager being punched then kicked and stamped on in a brutal attack.
The footage has been released by the boy's mother who is keen to raise awareness of bullying to help put a stop to it, the Coventry Telegraph reports.
She says her son has reported the incident to police despite being frightened to do so.
During the agonising 56-second video clip taken on a mobile phone, a young boy in a white t-shirt can be heard yelling at the victim.
“Get down here,” before calling him a “little t***”.
He then goes on to say “Are you f****** mad?” before clutching his victim's jacket and striking his head.
The attacker lashes into a vicious attack where he punches the boy to the ground, stomping on his head and kicking his body.
The victim's mum has spoken out about the disgusting attack which took place in Warwickshire.
She said: “He started on my son - a boy he didn’t even know.
“I think it is disgusting, my son wouldn’t hurt a fly, yet why would someone do this anyone?
“You can see in the video he didn’t retaliate, or come back at him.
“In a way, I’m glad it was filmed because we can catch him doing it, and I know my son is okay, but this is disgusting behaviour.
“My son has been bullied and threatened in the past, but never been physically attacked.”
The victim suffered a bang to the head but thankfully no serious injuries or any hospital treatment was required.
The mum added: “Fortunately my son managed to shield himself and his head with his backpack.
“It could have been a lot worse."
The identity of the bully is now known to the family.
In a message to highlight the issue and to bullies, the boy's mum said: “To the children who are bullied, I think it’s important to know that the bully is the one in the wrong.
"They do it because of who THEY are, not because of who you are.
“They need to learn to be more accepting of the fact that every individual is different, they have no right to say or do what you are.
“To the parents: get upset and angry and voice your hurt and frustration, that’s your right - someone is harming your child.
“It’s okay for your children to see how it affects you because it not only validates that you care but it also shows them what happens to the parents if they should ever bully someone else.
“Teach your children acceptance and let them know that not everyone will like them and they won't like everyone they cross paths with and that's fine.
"But it’s never acceptable to treat people like they’re less than you or unworthy just because you’re not the same.
“They are somebody else’s world and they’re loved by many people for who they are whether you like them or not.”
Warwickshire Police confirmed they had received reports of an assault that took place following a verbal altercation.
Sgt Neil Pearsall, from Warwickshire Police, said: “We’re keen to speak to anyone who witnessed this incident.
“We’re aware that there is a video of the incident on social media and we’re especially keen to speak to the person who filmed this as they might have information vital to our investigation.”
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