A schoolboy is in shock after being stripped naked and forced to "walk the plank" into the sea by three bullies in Worthing. The attack traumatised the year-old victim who was left trying to cover himself with just a sock after his tormentors ran off with most of his clothes. A police spokeswoman said: "This young man is still in shock and suffering after this assault. He was put through a terrible ordeal. The teenager was approached by the youths at a stretch of beach opposite Brooklands Park in Worthing and told they would beat him up if he looked at them.
Ordeal of teenage boy forced to strip and viciously attacked
Bullied boy's strip ordeal | The Argus
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Bullied boy's strip ordeal
The trio of thugs has been locked up for 12 years. Two girls subjected the year-old victim to the terrifying assault in an underground car park as a teenage boy egged them on. The year-old boy compared the scenes to horror film and computer game Resident Evil as he filmed the attack on his mobile phone. He and the girls, both aged 14, who earlier admitted assaulting the youngster to the danger of her life, were ordered to be detained for four years each. Sentencing the trio at the High Court in Edinburgh, judge Lord Malcolm also ruled they should be supervised for a further five years upon their release.
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