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Furious Mom Confronts Her Son’s Bully And Warns She’ll Rip His Face-Off


Furious Mom Confronts Her Son’s Bully And Warns She’ll Rip His Face-Off

She was not taking any of it.

Nobody is happy seeing their loved one treated with disrespect. And just like this mother, you might have felt that surge of anger on unfairness towards others, feeling so eager to teach them the same thing they’ve done. But mostly, to protect one that is important to you.

That’s exactly what a 33-year-old mom, Sareena Finn, may have felt. The mama bear snapped when a 14-year-old boy was seen bullying her son again. Her raging video was captured and uploading by London Streets on Twitter.

The mother who lives in Waltham Abbey, Essex admits that she was being rough and rude at that time. She let her emotions got the better of her.

Speaking to DailyMail about the incident, she said, “My intention was to approach him calmly, but he was rude, and my emotions got the better of me.

“I just lost the plot when I saw one of the bullies. It’s unacceptable. My son doesn’t have a social life and doesn’t enjoy going to school because of these people. I was fuming and wanted the bully to know how it felt and that I wasn’t going to let him get away with it.”

Sareena was seen fuming with anger, approaching the bully who was filming the incident, “No! I ain’t going to stop getting close. Touch my son again and I’ll rip your f***ing face off!”

“Touch him I dare you to!” he screamed, to which the boy answered in a small voice, “I won’t.”

Her viral video was received positive by many, but there are also some who don’t think it was wise to fume in anger. She has also invited many parents to share their own stories of snapping at kids bullying their own.

Her rough method may have actually caused her to appear like the bully herself and it didn’t help that the boy, in his defense, said that her son had a long history of bullying, particularly girls.

There are many things we don’t know, but this video may have actually brought parents more concerns about the safety and happiness of the children at school. If parents and schools can’t work together to prevent raising and encouraging bullies, who else will?

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