Mum Makes Daughter Slap School Bully In Classroom

Story By: John Feng, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Asia Wire Report

Video Credit: AsiaWire

This is the moment a vengeful mother storms into her daughter’s primary school classroom and forces her child to repeatedly slap a school bully in front of teachers and pals.

In the video, the mother can be seen shouting at the small schoolgirl who reportedly bullied her daughter in 2017.

Her frightened daughter watches timidly and is then ordered to slap the alleged bully.

previous arrow
next arrow

Picture Credits: AsiaWire

“Slap her harder! As hard as she hit you!” Chang can be heard shouting while demanding that her daughter avenge the bullying from two years earlier.

The girl can be seen swinging her arm and appears to strike the smaller girl on the shoulder, angering Chang who adds: “Slap her harder! Do it!”

Chang then questions the other girl, shouting her down in front of the entire class.

She asks: “How does it feel to be slapped in front of the whole class? Do you like it?”

As the girl shakes her head, Chang then adds: “Then why does she have to be slapped
by you in front of the whole class?”

The incident has rocked the island of Taiwan after taking place in a primary school in south-western city of Tainan.

Footage of the incredible incident was posted online by the mother, Chang Kai-li, on her personal Facebook page which has since been shut.

The clip was filmed by two friends who allegedly held back the teacher as the parent carried out the punishment with her daughter by her side.

The clip ends with the girl appearing to bow to Chang in apology, with the parent and daughter leaving the school shortly after.

The mother also penned a letter addressed to the girl’s parents, calling her actions “a slap for a slap”.

In the letter, Chang claims her daughter was hit out of jealousy, after she was chosen as the lead actress for a classroom drama play while the other girl was not.

She said her daughter’s physical harm had now been “repaid in full”.

The school, which has not been named for legal reasons, has confirmed that multiple investigations are ongoing.

No arrests have been announced thus far.

John Feng

I am a senior journalist and editor, and have worked for a number of different news agencies over the last decade. I am currently editor-in-chief of the Asia Wire Report news wire.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *