What could possibly prompt a pack of strangers to viciously attack a young woman walking home from a football game? It’s a complete mystery! It’s like crop circles or other perplexing conundrums for which there are obviously no answers in science, religion, or history.
Speaking exclusively to CBS 3, a 15-year-old high school student,
whose identity we are concealing, described a terrifying attack by a
gang of at least nine teenage boys as she was leaving an Interboro High
School football game Monday night.
The teenage victim described first being taunted by the attackers,
who followed her down a neighborhood street, cursing and spitting at
her, before she was repeatedly kicked and punched, at least one of the
blows to her head.
“It was scary, just horrible, just the worst feeling in the world,”
she said. “He punched me in my back and then kicked me in the back, and
then punched me in the back of my head. I couldn’t breathe, I couldn’t
move, I couldn’t talk. I was just straight crying.”
The victim says as at least two of the teenagers pummeled her, the
others cheered them on shouting, “come on, let’s get her.” At one point,
the victim says, the gang tried to throw her under the wheels of a
passing car, which swerved, narrowly missing her.
My guess? I suspect yet another Eskimo-on-Pacific Islander attack. Those bad boys from the frozen tundra can be seriously hard core and we all know how they feel about Hawaiians.