Frail elderly woman body-slammed and thrown into pool with dog for asking partiers to turn down music

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The outrageous moment an elderly white woman is slammed to a pool deck before being thrown into a swimming pool was captured on video and drawing anger across the internet.

The woman is not identified and it’s unclear where the incident took place.

“The frail woman is seen approaching dozens of boozed-up pool party-goers in a desperate bid to get them to turn down their blaring sound system,” The Sun reported.

The woman is asking a group of party-goers to turn down the music when a couple of young men begin taunting her as others jeered and urged them to throw her in the pool.

One large male takes the crowd up on the plea and picks the woman up. It’s not clear if he slipped or intentionally threw her to the deck, but after the woman hits the deck, he then picks her up and throws her into the pool. One of her two dogs is dragged in with her.

The crowd erupts in cheers as the incident takes place.

In another clip posted on Twitter, the crowd can be seen fleeing en masse afterwards, knowing what had just taken place was sickeningly wrong — laughing hysterically as they ran.

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