Schoolboy, 13, gets ‘beaten like a dog’ by gang of youths in sick video

Sickening video has emerged showing a school boy getting viciously beaten by a group of teens in a field.

A 13-year-old boy was reportedly attacked in Fort William, Scotland on Thursday night (January 19) while a number of teens are heard laughing as they filmed the horror.

In a video circulated online, two boys can be seen pushing the victim to the ground and kicking him in the head and stomach repeatedly.

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The boy put his hands up to cover his face while cowering in fear and crying for help.

According to Daily Record, the boy is a pupil at Lochaber High and has been bullied at school for months but the school failed to take adequate action to stop the abuse.

The boy's uncle said: "My nephew was beaten like a dog and it will not be long before a child is killed.

"There has to be tougher consequences for kids and that has to start within schools, by introducing tougher punishments.

"The police can only do so much and thier hands are tied with the problem. Does someone actually have to lose a child before something serious is done about this?

"The kids are running riot because they know there is no discipline. My sister, his mum, has raised the matter with staff but nothing happened."

Following the alleged attack, the boy was left with "black and blue" and is refusing to return to school.

Officers investigating the alleged attack confirmed two teenage boys, aged 13 and 14, will be reported to the youth justice authorities.

A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “We were made aware of an assault involving a group of youths at Carn Dearg Road in Fort William shortly after 11pm on Thursday, January 19.

"Inquiries were carried out and two male youths, aged 14 and 13, will be reported to the youth justice authorities."

A spokesperson for Highland Council, which runs Lochaber High School said: “All of our schools take any complaints about bullying very seriously and follow national policy on dealing with incidents to ensure each school has a safe and supportive learning environment for everyone.”

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