A completely terrible video has recently been shared that is indirectly related to Nintendo. In it, an attack appears due to a Switch.
Specifically, the information comes from Florida, where a surveillance video captured the moment in which a high school teacher was attacked by a student. The cause? Apparently, the teacher took the Switch from her during class. From the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office they share that this happened at Matanzas High School in Palm Coast, Florida last Tuesday.
The young man 17 years old who assaulted the teacher was arrested and charged with a felony of “aggravated assault with bodily harm.” Apparently this student had “special needs”. She measures 1.9 meters and weighs 120 kilos, as reported by various media outlets over the weekend.
For taking away his Nintendo Switch
We warn you that the video below is very violent, because the student pushes the teacher and then punches and kicks her repeatedly until she was unconscious. “This could have been a homicide,” Rick Staly, the local sheriff, shared. “When you push people down like that, they hit their heads, you never know the outcome.”
The teacher was taken to a nearby hospital and has since been released. She has broken ribs and significant bruising, and it is unknown if she could have any sequelae. “It is our hope that the victim can recover, both mentally and physically, from this incident,” adds the sheriff. “Luckily, students and staff members came to the victim’s aid before emergency services arrived. Our schools must be a safe place, both for employees and students.”
Here you can see what happened:
JUST IN: 6’6” 270 pound black male student attacks a white teacher at Matanzas High School for taking away his Nintendo Switch during class…
Video reveals the unconscious woman being brutally assaulted and struck in the head roughly 15 times. pic.twitter.com/pZAJzhaykv
— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) February 24, 2023
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