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In a scene reminiscent of David and Goliath, where David is the aggressor and Goliath is a rather meek and mild pacifist, the much smaller David taunts Goliath relentlessly. Goliath, at first, does nothing and takes the punishment, but then suddenly something deep inside Goliath snaps and he unleashes the fury on a now, we’re sure, terrified David. David’s frail form is tossed into the concrete floor like a sack of potatoes and those who have ever been bullied gain a champion.
Casey Heynes is that hero.
The 16-year old boy from Chifley College, Dunheved Campus at North St. Marys (you’d think he’d get bullied just for going to a school with that name) is reported to have been bullied his whole life and has never lifted a finger to defend himself. Until now. Despite both students being suspended for four days, the mother of the bully (now known as Ritchard “The Rat” Gale) has now called for Casey “The Punisher” Heynes to apologise.
The video was uploaded to YouTube by a friend of Casey’s father who couldn’t believe that Casey had also been suspended. The original video has been taken down, but not before it had spread like viral gold through the halls and corridors of the internet. Nobody likes a bully and when the underdog deals such a crushing blow to one of their ilk you can almost hear the cheers ringing out across the globe.
Casey Heynes need not bother with school anymore. If he gets the right agent he can make a packet out of his internet fame and retire at the age of sixteen. That, or a lucrative career in the WWE awaits.
The videos keep being removed from YouTube but we found one version that’s still available.
There’s already a tribute site to Casey Heynes where you can view all the memes that are popping up around the legendary fighter.
Update: The notorious “hactivist” group Anonymous has taken on Casey’s plight and initiated a DDOS attack against Casey’s school for suspending him for fighting back. The group released this statement:
We have had enough of this bigotry. They failed at providing a violence-free environment for their students, and when Zangief Kid (Casey) took things in his own hands they b****slapped him for defending himself.