Calamos Supports Greece
GreekReporter.comGreek NewsStudent Beats Teacher Unconscious For Taking Away His Videogame

Student Beats Teacher Unconscious For Taking Away His Videogame

Screen Capture of video showing student beat teacher.
A Florida student Beats Teacher Unconscious For Taking Away His Videogame. Credit: Youtube / Fox11 – Flagler County Sheriffs Office

A Florida high school student beat a teacher unconscious because she took away his Nintendo Switch video game device in class.

A disturbing surveillance video of the assault was released by the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.

The 6 feet 6, 122kg student, who is 17 years of age, is seen walking fast toward the victim and pushing her several feet, shoving her to the school floor – which knocked her unconscious, according to the Sheriff’s Office announcement.

The teen assailant then continues to kick and punch the victim several times in the back and head, before other staffers rush in to help.

“The victim was unconscious during the entire assault and unable to protect herself”, the Sheriff’s Office notes.

Vicious assault on unconscious victim

“On February 21, 2023, the FCSO School Resource Deputies assigned to Matanzas High School were alerted to a paraprofessional employee being physically attacked on campus. Upon arrival, deputies located the female paraprofessional on the ground with severe injuries after an unprovoked attack by a male student,” the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office describes on Facebook.

The assailant was escorted from the area and later placed in custody while the victim was transported to a local hospital for treatment of her injuries.

According to the student’s statement, he beat his teacher as he was upset because she took his Nintendo Switch away from him during class. He was later charged with Felony Aggravated Battery with Bodily Harm by the Department of Juvenile Justice.

“We hope the victim will be able to recover, both mentally and physically, from this incident,” said Sheriff Rick Staly.

“Thankfully, students and staff members came to the victim’s aid before the SRDs could arrive. Our schools should be a safe place – for both employees and students,” he added.

See all the latest news from Greece and the world at Contact our newsroom to report an update or send your story, photos and videos. Follow GR on Google News and subscribe here to our daily email!

Related Posts