A California teenage boy learned a hard lesson about what can happen if you bully the wrong girl.
The boy, who is a freshman at Sonoma Valley High School, took a brutal beating at the hands of a freshman girl who goes to Creekside High School, an alternative school on the campus, CBS News reported.
It was reported that the girl, who is training in mixed martial arts, confronted the boy after he cyber bullied her.
“The lesson to come out of this is to think twice, and if it’s not nice, don’t post it,” Creekside High School principal Sydney Smith told CBS.
Sonoma Valley High School principal Kathleen Hawing told CBS she was disappointed that the fight took place on her school’s campus.
“We are working with our community, our students, to talk about social responsibility, digital citizenship, and to understand the effects of social media,” she said.
According to the school district, the girl confronted the boy over the messages he posted to her Facebook page.
The boy then doused her with water and the fight started.
The boy suffered a black eye and the girl has been suspended and could face a battery charge, according to KGO-TV.
The video went viral with more than 15 million views after it was posted by Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter Kit Dale.
“I always encourage people to learn martial arts to one, have the confidence to walk away so it doesn’t affect you, but if it does, and you don’t have anywhere to back away, sometimes you’re going to need that to protect yourself,” Dale, who said he was bullied as a teen, told KGO-TV.
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