Knockout game makes comeback in one of most brutal videos yet

Just when you thought the knockout game was a thing of the past, out comes one of the most vile, ruthless and brutal videos yet.

Video posted to social media this week showed a Paterson, N.J. teen approach an elderly man trying to cross the street and then, as the camera operator egged him on, viciously punch the man in the face.

A girl, not seen on camera, could be heard screaming ‘don’t hit him’ in the background before the man was left lying on the street corner, knocked out cold.

The 16-year-old camera operator turned himself into police Saturday and both have been charged with aggravated assault and endangering an injured victim. A manhunt is still underway for the 17-year-old attacker, according to WABC-TV.

No information is currently known about the victim or his medical status.

Paterson Police Director Jerry Speziale released a video of his own Friday night vowing justice.

Watch both videos below.

**WARNING – GRAPHIC VIOLENCE.**

PATERSON POLICE DIRECTOR JERRY SPEZIALE RELEASED A STATEMENT ABOUT THE DISTURBING VIDEO THAT IS BEING SHARED IN SOCIAL MEDIA.EL DIRECTOR DE LA POLICIA DE PATERSON EMITIO UN COMUNICADO SOBRE EL VIDEO PERTURBADOR QUE SE COMPARTE EN LOS MEDIOS SOCIALES.

Posted by Paterson Police Department on Friday, February 5, 2016

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