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Dad Defeats Bullies By Picking Up Autistic Son With Biker Mates

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Dad Defeats Bullies By Picking Up Autistic Son With Biker Mates

A lad over in London got his very own Hollywood moment when his dad rallied a group of bikers to pick him up from school.

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Twelve-year-old Alex Lacki is autistic and suffers from ADHD - and as a result of his conditions, he's suffered years of verbal abuse from classmates and has had to move schools several times.

Bullying is never okay and seeing that his kid was suffering, Alex's dad Daniel decided to come up with a way to help his son out without causing any bust-ups.

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All he had to do was make Alex look cool AF. And what's a surefire of making sure that happens? By getting his biker pals (wearing skull masks, no less) to give the schoolboy a ride home, of course.

Alex with dad Daniel. Credit: Deadline News
Alex with dad Daniel. Credit: Deadline News

In a heartwarming video taken by Alex's mum Martha, Daniel and seven of his mates are seen waiting for the youngster on his birthday outside Elm Court School in Brixton. The boy thanks the petrolheads for helping him, before jumping on the back of a bike as his fellow classmates crowd around in awe.

And guess what? It worked - Daniel has claimed that the bullying has since stopped.

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He said: "We've had to keep changing schools because of the bullying.

"At his current school, things were going OK at first, but eventually other kids started to pick on him.

"Kids were calling him 'w****r' and saying 'your Mum's a b****'.

"He was crying every day before school, we were completely powerless."

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Of course, you could argue that the taunting shouldn't happen in the first place and that the school should've done something about it sooner. But either way, Alex is happy as Larry and Daniel's a strong contender for a Father of the Year award. (Not actually an official awards ceremony - but if it were, we'd put him in the running.)

The video was posted by the Inner City Riderz Facebook group, along with the caption: "We hope that this little act will help Alex with the bullies!"

Speaking about the event, Daniel added: "It went much better than expected. Some even took time off work which was amazing.

Alex and his family. Credit: Deadline News
Alex and his family. Credit: Deadline News
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"Alex is now doing much better and he said it was the best birthday he ever had."

Damn straight. And the bullies might think twice about starting on Alex again with a bunch of mates like the Inner City Riderz on his side.

Featured Image Credit: Deadline News

Topics: UK News, Feels, Bullying, Motorcycle, London

Daisy Phillipson
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