Video shows Florida high school student charging, attacking teacher after she took away his Nintendo Switch

Video shows the employee being beaten by the student, who is described as being 6'6 and 270 lbs.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz Montreal QC
A recently released surveillance video shows a student allegedly attacking a Florida teacher aide, knocking her to the ground and punching her repeatedly. 

Video released by the Flagler County Sheriff's Office shows the Matanzas High School student allegedly attacking the teacher's aide because she confiscated his Nintendo Switch during class.

The 17-year-old student was arrested on charges of felony aggravated battery with bodily harm. 

A local Fox affiliate reported that the alleged incident took place on Tuesday, "when a school resource deputy was notified that a teacher's aide had been physically attacked on campus. Officials said the woman was unconscious, bloody, and had severe injuries."

The student made comments that he was upset with the teacher after she confiscated the gaming device, and that he would " beat her up every time she takes away his game," an arrest report stated, and that "when he comes back he is going to kill her."

Video shows the teacher being beaten by the student, who is described as being 6'6 and 270 lbs, with the student pushing the aid to the ground before kicking and punching her at least 15 times. 

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