Golden Grove High School student filmed being beaten in toilets in Adelaide

Disgusting moment in which a high school boy is cornered in the bathroom and beaten up by a bully, while his friends cheered and filmed the attack with no guts.

  • Disturbing footage captured a Year 7 student being beaten up by a fellow student at high school
  • Boy was cornered in the bathroom of Golden Grove High School in Adelaide
  • The crowd formed around and taunted the Year 9 attacker into hitting the younger boy.

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Disturbing footage has emerged of a Year 7 student being cornered in a bathroom and beaten by a stalker as his friends cheer and film the disgusting attack.

The 12-year-old boy was beaten by the Year 9 student in the bathroom at Golden Grove Secondary School in Adelaide, South Australia, on Monday.

A group of students surrounded the couple and jeered at the cornered student as one pulled out his phone to record the altercation.

Disturbing footage has emerged of a Year 7 student being cornered in a bathroom and beaten by a stalker as his friends cheer and film the disgusting attack.

Disturbing footage has emerged of a Year 7 student being cornered in a bathroom and beaten by a stalker as his friends cheer and film the disgusting attack.

The 12-year-old boy was beaten by the Year 9 student in the bathroom at Golden Grove Secondary School in Adelaide, South Australia, on Monday.

The 12-year-old boy was beaten by the Year 9 student in the bathroom at Golden Grove Secondary School in Adelaide, South Australia, on Monday.

The 12-year-old boy was beaten by the Year 9 student in the bathroom at Golden Grove Secondary School in Adelaide, South Australia, on Monday.

The Year 7 boy is seen crying as he is trapped between the wall and the bathroom sink with his Year 9 attacker blocking him. adelaide now informed.

The bully turns to smile at his cheering peers before demanding an apology from the boy.

“Just say sorry,” he says.

‘Apologize for what?’ the frightened boy replies.

The crowd then goads the bully with various taunts and several yell at him to hit the boy.

‘Beat him! Go again,’ says one student.

Another adds: ‘Look at him bro, he’s dead like.

A third says, ‘It’s called a punch, make it…a good punch.’

The Year 7 boy lowers his head to protect his face before collapsing on the floor in tears.

The Year 7 boy lowers his head to protect his face before collapsing on the floor in tears.

The Year 7 boy lowers his head to protect his face before collapsing on the floor in tears.

The Year 9 boy pushes the boy away before hitting him several times on the head and body.

The Year 7 boy lowers his head to protect his face before collapsing on the floor in tears.

Footage of the beating has prompted South Australian police to launch an investigation.

“No one has been charged with any crime at this time and police are continuing to investigate the incidents,” a spokesman said.

“Police are working with the high school staff and students.”

Education Minister Blair Boyer told ABC that the students involved in the incident had been suspended.

Footage of the beating at Golden Grove Secondary School has prompted South Australian Police to launch an investigation.

Footage of the beating at Golden Grove Secondary School has prompted South Australian Police to launch an investigation.

Footage of the beating at Golden Grove Secondary School has prompted South Australian Police to launch an investigation.

It is the last video to emerge from the school after three other altercations were filmed at the premises between September 10 and 26.

South Australia’s Premier Peter Malinauskas said an experienced former school principal and security guards had been hired to crack down on violent behaviour.

“Seeing this sight of deplorable violence in one of our schools is particularly disconcerting,” he said.

‘There is no place for violence anywhere, least of all in our schools.

“Clearly, there is a need for action.”

Department of Education Executive Professor Martin Westwell told Daily Mail Australia that violence and bullying would not be tolerated.

“The Department of Education continues to monitor behavior at the school, meets regularly with the school leadership team to address these issues, and provides ongoing assistance to the principal and leadership team,” he said.

“In relation to each of the recorded incidents provided, the matter was investigated and resulted in disciplinary action and appropriate advice and support.”

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