An old video and news story but worth seeing again. First video link is full of "OOOOOH DAMNNN!" The other two links are just follow-ups. Interesting thoughts beyond the incident: Why does the video resonate with so many viewers worldwide? What's the butterfly effect now on the bullier's life? (Will he grow up and murder a dozen other people along the way?) If this had happened in America instead of Australia, there undoubtedly and unfortunately would've been a lawsuit. Notice how everyone initially just watches, wanting to see drama. [ame=http://youtu.be/PPKd8s_qREU]http://youtu.be/PPKd8s_qREU[/ame] [ame=http://youtu.be/ziIfZx0XX5I]http://youtu.be/ziIfZx0XX5I[/ame] [ame=http://youtu.be/BtCCS7LFaBA]http://youtu.be/BtCCS7LFaBA[/ame] I say good on the kid who stood up for himself, Casey Heynes. Maybe we'll see him on the MMA circuit in another ten years. Loved the way the bully stumbles after the bodyslam like a drunkard tossed out of a bar. Watch it again and again -- I know you will -- and tell me you don't think of a gorilla who had had enough and just snaps off his tormenter like a ragdoll.