Woman Teaches Bully A Powerful Lesson (And I Mean Powerful)


Following our story on the Russian captain who drunkenly navigated a massive cargo ship into a bridge that was somehow jumped out of nowhere, we have another viral video from our friends in Russia. This one probably also involves copious amounts of alcohol and a woman delivering a knockout punch that would have Anthony Joshua swoon.

A security camera in a convenience store or takeout restaurant caught the moment a woman handled her business when an unruly customer caused a ruckus. There was a customer physically assaulting another customer in the store. The aggressor was violently slamming the victim’s head into a drink refrigerator. The victim appears to be so intoxicated that he can’t fight back and just allows his head to be smashed over and over again.

The female clerk had enough of the violent abuse and breaks up the brouhaha while all the other men just stand there and let the drunk dude get ravaged. She gives him a two warning shot punches and a quick kick. The man regrettably says something to taunt her and she pulls back and connects on a Tysonian knockout punch. He goes crashing to the ground a la King Hippo from the devastating right hand.

Amazing stance. Brilliant follow-through. F A T A L I T Y.

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The drunkard who was getting his head bashed in finds enough balance to stumble to the ordering area and thank the woman for obliterating the bully. She is definitely wife material. Now here’s the obligatory “You got knocked the F out man!” clip from Chris Tucker.

[Sputnik]

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