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An alleged bully got his comeuppance after he tried to throw a punch at a boy who was shorter than him.

In a video that was uploaded to YouTube on Friday, which has since been viewed over 100,000 times, a boy wearing a black t-shirt taunts a smaller classmate - dressed in white - as they walked down the hallway.

The two walk side-by-side arguing, but then the boy in black decides to throw a punch. It looks for a second like the boy in white is going to be on the receiving end of a beating. But it turns out it's not like that. Oh no.

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Oh no.

The smaller boy has something in the bag. He has a beating of his own to be dealing. Channelling Bruce Banner-turned-The Hulk - or Ross becoming Red Ross - he surprises everyone by lifting up his attacker and body slamming him to the floor.

The pupil in the black shirt ends up lying motionless on the ground. It's yet to be confirmed whether he's okay, but after a slamming of the magnitude you've got to imagine it wasn't just his ego that was left bruised.

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Last year dozens of bikers turned out to support a seven-year-old schoolboy who was attacked by bullies as he was walking to post a letter.

Darren Stevenson was set upon by a gang of young thugs as he walked to the post box. The bullies poured lighter fluid on his go-kart, threw stones at him and split his head open with an electrical plug.

But he received the support of around 40 bikers who shared stories about how they were bullied when they were youngsters.

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Darren, from Larkhall, South Lanarkshire, and his best friend Connor Torrance, aged eight, have been subject to a relentless bullying campaign for months.

Connor's mum, Kristina, 27, said the boys do everything together, from football to playing Xbox, but now were afraid to leave the house.

Although she has tried to reach out to the bullies' parents to explain their children's behaviour, they have not got back to her.

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Darren's mother Laura Armstrong said she couldn't thank the bikers enough and they sent a clear message that bullying was unacceptable.

She added: "Darren is a happy, bubbly boy once again and is hoping Santa is extra kind to him this year.

"Thanks to everyone for their support."

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James Dawson

James Dawson is a Trending Journalist at LADbible. He has contributed articles to LADbible’s ‘Knowing Me, Knowing EU’ series on the EU referendum, the ‘U OK M8?’ series tackling mental health amongst young men, and for its ‘Climate Change’ initiative in partnership with National Geographic.

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