‘Disturbing’ video of ‘horrific violence’ shows young gang beating teenage boy with hockey sticks in a Newmarket field
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An ‘horrific’ video showing a gang – led by a young girl – chasing, threatening and beating a teenage boy with hockey sticks has gone viral.
The violent footage, which was caught on camera in a field in Newmarket, has been viewed more than 65,000 times since it was shared on social media.
In the expletive-filled footage a teenage boy is seen running away from a gang of youths – several who are wielding hockey sticks as weapons.
After being chased he is punched and kicked to the floor by a young girl.
Despite trying to shield himself from being hit, a small boy then attacks the victim repeatedly with a hockey stick.
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The video was passed on to the Facebook page Newmarket Area Neighbourhood Watch Public Notices and was made public on Wednesday.
Alongside the video, the group wrote: “We have been passed this very disturbing video of some horrific violence in our town on a local youth by a gang with weapons.
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“Words fail us with this. No child should be subjected to this violence and bullying.”
The purpose of the Newmarket Area Neighbourhood Watch Public Notices page is ‘so people can share important notices about lost people or urgent situations. This is not an official neighbourhood watch page. It is run by a group of people who look out for their community and want to see the community safer and more caring and interactive’.