This is the shocking second a man brutally beats a lady to her bottom on the streets of Ireland before trading blows.
A lady wearing pink pajamas walks towards a person as a bystander films outside a shopping center in Limerick, County Limerick, last Tuesday.
In a disturbingly careless manner, the person kicked the girl in the face.
The lady is knocked down again and falls to the pavement again. She is seen holding her face as one other lady wearing gray sweatpants and a pink sweater runs towards him.
Seemingly unfazed by the argument, the person has already gone down the wrong path. The filming bystander reacts in shock faster than the attack breaks out into continuous combat.
In a disturbingly casual technique, a man is seen lifting his leg when a girl approaches him earlier than putting his leg down.
The man kicks the girl as she is knocked down again and falls to the pavement
The kicked lady appears to discover a second wind as she additionally runs over the corner. The lady then tries to land a kick on the man’s shin, but misses.
The man then reaches out and tries to walk away, only to be chased by the two girls. While a bystander on the set appears to find the argument relatively comical, others try in vain to stop the situation from escalating.
When both girls comply with the assailant’s demands, the person responds by kicking the lady in the pink pajamas twice again.
“Absolute scenes in Limerick city…boys kicking jaws all over the shop,” notes the cameraman, as the unrest continues.
“His shot was so clean it went all the way,” he says.
The man then makes another attempt to escape, but the lady is hot on his heels. He spins quickly, this time punching her in the face and knocking her against the wall. Others around start shouting at the man.
A later clip reveals that the person and the lady are at each other’s throats after all. This time, the girl is stopped by an older man, but she pushes him away, running towards the attacker.
The man behind the digital camera continues his commentary, calling it “theatrical” and “like something you’d see in a theater.”
As the girl is being chased, the person spins quickly and appears to hit her in the face and slams right into the wall. Others around start shouting at the man
As the two girls continue to follow the assailant’s instructions, the person responds by throwing two additional punches at the lady in the pink pajamas.
The man hit the girl one more time, extending his leg, this time catching her on the arm
The man kicks the girl in the pink pajamas again as she falls to the ground
The force of the blow flips him over and back onto the pavement. This infuriates the older man, who goes after the attacker himself
The man again shoves the girl directly into a parked car and her head bounces off the engine door where she lands on the ground. The lady appears to be seriously injured as she cries out before her boyfriend rushes to her aid
The man hit the girl one more time, extending his leg, this time catching her on the arm.
The force of the blow flips him over and back onto the pavement. This infuriates the older man, who goes after the attacker himself.
The cameraman calls out again, “Oh guys, fight, round four, oh my god.”
The fight continues in the opposite direction in the middle of Arthur’s Quay shopping as the girl and the man keep their hands. He slaps her again as she falls into a parked car.
Her head hits the engine door of the car and she or he remains on the ground. The lady appears to be seriously injured as she cries out earlier than her boyfriend rushes to her aid.
A Gardaí spokesman mentioned at this point: “A woman in her 30s and a man in his 20s have been arrested and charged in connection with a public order/violent disturbance incident in Metropolitan Limerick at Arthur’s Quay/Patrick Street on the night of Tuesday 20th June 2023.
Gardai are still appealing for anyone who may have witnessed the incident to come forward.
“Gardaí can be reached at Henry Street Garda Station on 061 212400, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any other Garda Station.
“The investigation is ongoing.”