In what may be the best video to come out of the Baltimore riots Monday, a young would-be rioter got a beating at the hands of a woman, presumed by many on the Internet to be his mother.
While BPR hasn’t identified the pair as mother and son, the footage conjured up images all over social media that caused her to be dubbed “Mom of the year.”
Cameras were running as the woman confronted the young man, whom she recognized despite the fact that he was dressed in all black with his face covered by a mask.
The woman berated and hits the youngster as she took him away from the rioting.
WARNING: Strong Language.
#Baltimore She is telling him to take himself home. Like every mother/sister should. #looting is not #protesting . #BaltimoreRiot #baltimorepurge #baltimoreprotest
That awkward moment your mom catches you rioting #baltimore #baltimoreriots #prayforthiskid
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— Michael Caputo (@MichaelRCaputo) April 28, 2015
— Ed Rezac (@Go4EVA) April 28, 2015
— Clay Aiken (@clayaiken) April 28, 2015
GOD BLESS THIS MOTHER! Found her little thug in downtown Baltimore RIOTING and LOOTING! GO MOM! http://t.co/qn0ODvGsME
— 2MillionBikerstoDC (@2MBikers2DC) April 28, 2015
— Jon Banquer (@JonBanquer) April 28, 2015
Mom catches her son rioting in Baltimore & beats his a$$ on CNN! Need more parents like this! https://t.co/YSf2m0MWVX
— Kelleyb227 (@kelleyb227) April 28, 2015
— Kyle’s Dad (@brozlofsky) April 27, 2015
THIS is how you stop “protests”. Call his mama. https://t.co/GmPkUsRseS
— Bristradamus (@BHugh_215) April 27, 2015
— RadioFreeAmerica (@regressivesRUs) April 28, 2015
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