The video shows a woman getting out of a car before hitting and trying to hit a 15-year-old schoolboy with her head after another student allegedly threw a snowball.
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A woman was filmed hitting and trying to hit the head of a 15-year-old schoolboy after another student was allegedly thrown a snowball into her car.
Shocking footage shows a woman in assault squeezing a Springhead, Oldham boy behind his Saddleworth school blazer, reports Manchester Evening News.
The teenage father was called from school last Friday, Jan. 7, after being told what happened that day when it snowed heavily in Saddleworth.
Two of the boy’s friends filmed the attack, which took place at the school gate around 3:30 p.m., and recounted the incident.
It is believed to have started when another student threw a snowball at a car driving past Saddleworth School, opposite the High Street Spiritualist Church, Uppermill.
The father of the assaulted teenager said the car was driving in the direction of Diggle when the car was hit by a snowball.
He said the woman – seen in the video with blonde hair, a dark top and blue jeans – left the car from the passenger side and approached his son.
Dad said, “My boyfriend and a group of students were walking down the driveway from the school. They crossed the road, then one of his comrades threw a snowball into the car.
“I’m not sure if they had a few choice words, but it ended up that this woman went to my son and asked me‘ who was he? ’.
“He said he wouldn’t tell her – so he grabbed him, started trying to hit him with his head and hit him on the back of the head. That’s really bizarre.”
The boy’s father says his son, son’s friends and school reported what happened to him, and he also saw two videos circulating online.
“We are not the kind of parents who would defend him if he did something wrong,” he added.
“We only heard that someone else threw a snowball.
“But still, there’s no reason to start hitting him.”
The father says the event was reported Great Manchester Police, with the crime reference number CRI06QQ0000053722.
Anyone who has information about the event can contact the police on its website or call 101.