Bike Thief Method #1

The Butt Drop

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  • Jaws

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Wow – did that guy really deserve to get a beat down like that? Sure he got his bike back but there was no threat or assault on him. And jumping and landing with his whole body weight was uncalled for – I would throw the bike owner in jail for a very long time, and to hear everyone, including kids, laughing in the background is a sad example of humanity!

    • Trav

      Reply Reply August 30, 2019

      If you stole a bike, i think you would expect this degree of punishment.

      • Jose Jordan

        Reply Reply September 2, 2019

        I have been hearing about all of the thieves in a neighboring town. The reason they continue is because law enforcement never assists. Sometimes some tough love can create a greater influence. Im sure that guy will be seeing butt drops everytime he even thinks about stealing someone elses bike again.

    • Realist

      Reply Reply August 31, 2019

      To Jaws
      You obviously live a world of unicorns and butterflies.
      If he stole a bike chances are he was near the house. If he was near the house and on meth chances are he would have done a lot worse. Maybe let him near your house on meth to steal your bike. Just make sure your wife and daughters are home too

  • Julian P

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Is the flying butt slam a legit move? I’ve had a bike stolen when I was a kid and I wanted nothing more than to skin the person alive. It was my first memory of learning the reality of the world. But you bring up a valid alternative perspective.

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    While the thief deserved some punishment…..the cruelty displayed did not fit the crime. The avenger seems to create enough bad karma to get his bike stolen in the first place

    • Trav

      Reply Reply August 30, 2019

      Would you rather receive this punishment, or a month in jail? If you would choose this relatively benign beating, then arguably, he did this man a favor.

      • Peter

        Reply Reply September 2, 2019

        I agree the guy deserved a beating but people have to be aware that landing with your whole body weight on top of someone like he did in this video could have crushed his rib cage or internal organs which could have been fatal. Personally I wouldn’t like to go to prison on a murder charge for a push bike.

    • Mik Robinson

      Reply Reply August 31, 2019

      Create enough bad karma. Seriously. It was a kind of lame punishment, the sort you get from your mates when fooling around. He deserved a punishment that fit the crime. Lock him up. He needed a lesson as he was so blasé to be riding it didn’t hadn’t a care in the world.

  • Marc

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Good for the bike owner and so much the worse for that other guy who asked for it.
    Btw, I like your sense of humor relative to goats lol. You sure can teach fighting techniques, but you also got some wicked sense of humor man !

  • Joey JAY

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    This Thief Got His “Arse” Kicked Like He Deserved.–Thief Probably Thought, I Guess Next Time I’ll Use My “Cadillacs (AKA: Shoes)” To Get Me Home…LMAO

    • Dave

      Reply Reply August 30, 2019

      This was a bit to much. I like a good ass kicking as much as anybody, but to beat up a guy while he’s down on the floor and submitting Is going to far.
      Defending yourself is one thing but to enjoy the violence that’s another.

      • Trav

        Reply Reply August 30, 2019

        So by this logic, you can steal anything that you want and as long as you lay down and submit, you avoid any consequence.

        • Alan

          Reply Reply August 30, 2019

          Dave didn’t say that. The helpless thief was not chilling on a couch. Poorly raised folks don’t know how to right a wrong and still gain respect.

        • Kyle

          Reply Reply September 5, 2019

          You are incorrect, by the aforementioned logic a person avoids the consequence of violence, they do not avoid any consequences at all, you have perverted the comment you are replying to. Furthermore it is just a bike, if you believe inanimate objects are more important that peoples wellbeing than I truly worry for those who would head your advice.

          • Trav

            September 5, 2019

            Well, the law would disagree with you… since we have the right to defend our property by force. I tend to let the law guide my moral compass to some degree.

  • PC

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    In some states that could be considered ASSault.

    • Chris

      Reply Reply September 2, 2019

      And nicking a bike is considered “theft”

      Simple as that

  • Jack LaCorte

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    This is awesome, but is anyone else amazed that the freakin’ AirPods stayed in that guy’s ears the entire time?

    • Mark

      Reply Reply August 30, 2019

      Haha it should be a new apple commercial

  • Ron

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    I’m sure that’s one of Captain kirks moves he uses in one the Star Trek episodes “ the flying butt smash”!!

  • trent

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    poor guy on the ground crying…didnt even try to hurt anyone.

    this must be true justice

  • Scott

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    It’s nice he got his bike back but, stomping on the guy’s head and jumping on his back and kicking him in the face and etc etc over a junkie bike is a little too much, it seems one or two punches could have ended the fight and I don’t call it much of a fight.
    Ps. Not to mention the jerks in the car laughing.

    The video going around of the big lady that tried to cut two little kids with a knife, now that’s the time for a major ass stomping.

    • Dave

      Reply Reply August 30, 2019

      You are spot on and their laughing. 😢

  • Tez

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    This guy was riding a stolen bike but did he steal it? Maybe a fact finding discussion first and then an ass drop and more if he was the thief.

  • Old phil

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Are this earrings?

  • Old phil

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Excusa: are THOSE earrings?

  • Old phil

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Establishing a sustainable farm ranks up there. That make 2 marketable skills.

  • ММика

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    I may be wrong but this video has several important elements:

    A) typical for relative primitive societies if we take central Europe as a measure. In other words this speaks about USA.

    B) Think of the following. The owner had just a short look at the bicycle. He could be easily mistaken. Or the bike could be sold to the third person who were not aware of theft. What if the owner attacked the wrong guy?

    C) What if the bicycle rider were stronger or armed? Correct me if I am wrong but the second possibility is quite common in USA. What then?

    D) Dropping whole body weight on a bike rider from some height could easily bring severe injury to the spine. VERY SEVERE ENJURY, even paraleses or worse.

    E) The bike theft is usually considered a smaller expenditure for grown employed person.

    In short: we have been watching very immature, low level society reaction to a theft. No more, no less.

  • Julius Caesar

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Scott is right: Dishonorable display of over-reaction. Disgusting laughter. Stupid fucking nigger being a stupid fucking nigger

  • Mikester

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Totally fine justice. I don’t think the beating was that bad. It looks like our Protagonist was going pretty easy on him. Those look like body punches. No kicks to the head or anything like that. The flying butt slams I think are more dramatic ( and hilarious) looking than painful.

    When crooks n bullies get caught, or bettered in a fight they often curl up and cry like babies. Letting them off is totally fine. Once a warm hearted beating has been administered.

  • Raj

    Reply Reply August 30, 2019

    Sorry… my bike to me, is like an Old Westerner’s horse… Back then, if you stole a horse, it was hanging (mid-West anyway). I don’t see how this bike beating is overdone. He’s still alive.

  • Todd

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    From what I can see, the offender didn’t resist. He got off the bike and was trying to run away. The aggressor was in no physical danger. The thief was outnumbered, caught by surprise, and against a fence and an incline. The aggressor could have detained him for the police, or asked for help from another passenger to detain the thief; I heard other grown, male adults’ voices in the car. The thief was not going to get away.

    If the bike owner–that’s an assumption; the video doesn’t state either way–got his bike back, and the thief is leaving it to run, what is the cause for the beat-down, other than to vent his rage and vengeance and, from what it appears, to entertain the car passengers? Once the thief is down, not resisting, and not escaping, what is the justification for the continued punishment, except for the above–which is not justification–it’s how uncontrolled people act when they’ve taken justice into their own hands and have an audience.

    This isn’t self-defense. It’s not street justice, either, because street justice involves standing in the gap for weaker folks to defend others who can’t defend themselves. That’s not the case here.

    This is the law of the jungle, not the rule of law. This is why we have police officers, rules of engagement, judges.

    It’s not funny, either– at least to me. It’s disgusting. Particularly, as others have pointed out, because kids are watching. They are and will learn from what they see, and copy it. They will learn that this is what you do when someone takes something from you. Someone takes your pencil? Stomp him. Someone takes your place in line? Sucker punch him, then stomp him. Someone takes your girl? Crack his skull while folks are videotaping it to upload on YouTube (as they did here) yellin’ “WorldStar!”

    I’m a teacher, had a fourth grade boy respond to my request to remove his hat by making his finger like a gun, pointing it at me, and “pulling the trigger.” He was saying, “I will shoot you with a gun.” Where did he learn that? From behavior like this.

  • peter mcgrath

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    ha ha rough justice for the bike thief and after watching your fainting goat video can see the analogy but thief should have just run away I doubt if the bike owner could have caught him wearing flip flops sure the owner of the bike was a bit excessive but tahts because the guy did not fight back

  • Pepe

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    Honestly, the thief got a free out of prison card, by doing the “ostrich technique” in exchange of some ridiculously weak “ass slam” from a skinny guy. That’s much, much better than having to pay time and money to the system. I would even go to say it’s less degrading to have a YT video having your ass kicked than to spend a day treated as a criminal.

    But it is still an assault.

    The thing here is …I think both, thief and bike owner, prefered this outcome, but the owner is now in a worst position legally speaking.

    Short story from similar experience:
    I was working in a restaurant, used my bike to go, left it chained near the tables out in the terrace so the waiters could watch it (I was in kitchen).
    The waiters cough a thief, he started crying saying he had a family and so and so…
    We decided to scare him instead of calling the police, I knew his “crying” was fake so I made him cry for real when I took some pliers and started looking for golden teeths inside his mouth.
    He had a few, I think he was a gypsy. Oh he was so scared!. That was more than enough for a punishment IMHO, and we probably did his alleged family a favor.

  • Jerry

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    When I was a prosecutor we would get petty theft cases like this where the criminal got a major ass whoopin. Generally, when this happened we would cut the criminal a break. The victim saved the criminal and the taxpayers a lot of hassle.

  • Christian Matias

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    Later that day…
    Brother: What happened to you??
    Rider: I got my ass kicked
    Brother: oh… I forgot to tell you I stole the bike for your birthday 🎂
    Rider: 😢
    Owner: that’ll teach him never to steal again
    Moral of the story… life is a bitch, live with it

  • Ken

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    I’m proud of the number of “savages” who called this out for what it was, a bully exacting excessive revenge. We affectionately and jokingly call ourselves savages, but I think those who strive to learn the controlled use of necessary violence to protect what’s right might be better termed warriors. I was a cop in SoCal for a little over 33 years and dealt with plenty of savages- those with no civility, control, or compassion. I’ve HAD to hurt people to the gravest extreme. Because I studied and trained and prepared for it, I was effective, but took no joy in it.
    Speaking of cops. Where are the protests and demands for justice in this instance. Where antifa demanding a full investigation and prison time for this guy. Had this been a cop who had tossed even a couple extra blows for a much more serious offense, they would certainly be marching and protesting. I guess this just doesn’t fit their agenda.

    • Rob

      Reply Reply September 9, 2019

      I agree with you Ken, that this is excessive. I hate to hear the wife and kids in the background laughing. Its disgusting. But, regarding your last comment…this altercation in the video is a lot different from a situation between cops and civilians. When cops “toss extra blows” (or worse) on people, but they always have the backing of the law in their favor. Many cops are cool, and like you, do not take joy in violence. Other cops however do indeed take joy in it and know they can generally get away with it. Certainly these 2 cultures exist within police forces. The protests you mention are generated by the second kind of police behavior.

  • Mike Brown

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    I agree that the stomper seems out of control.
    BUT I’m happy the thief got his ass kicked.
    This way he’ll think twice or three times before he steals another bike.
    Calling the cops would do nothing besides waste two officers time. The thief would get away with no punishment and would definitely steal again.

    This way he realizes that life ain’t a free ride and sometimes you get your ass kicked.

    Again, I agree that mindless violence, especially the kind that st happens for mistakes or non-crimes (like cutting a guy off etc) is terrible, but in this case it was totally deserved.

  • D

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    To do that to a man with kids in the car.

    What an awesome example to set for the youth…

  • bob dobbs

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    Jerry…so what your saying (as a former prosecutor you claim)….REALLY lay down the beating because the courts will feel sorry for them. We should take extra shots because they will go free when their defense lawyer gives a sob story on how they were beat up…..Thank You, I’ll get extra shots in next time!!!!

  • Jason

    Reply Reply August 31, 2019

    I love the fact that he stretched out in the car before executing the butt drop. That’s awesome!

  • mattia

    Reply Reply September 1, 2019

    As civilised citizen, I feel the beating went tolong. as a bike owner, and of course victim of theft, I enjoyed the beating.

  • Victor

    Reply Reply September 1, 2019

    That was not an over the top beating for stealing a bike. I have seen worse in MMA before the ref steps in. If weapons were used and the thief was seriously injured, it would still be OK

  • Jt

    Reply Reply September 1, 2019

    I do not know or care why the bike was stolen. The punishment was in excess and as far as I am concerned the guy administering the beating is a bully and lukely to have his butt handed to him in any real confrontation so this was his one chance to feel tough. Shameful. I would prefer months in jail vs. the type of damage this thief likely received. Mercy is a manly act as shown in another video you shared a while back in the cage when the dominating fighter tapped out so as not to permanently injure his opponent. ~ JTC ~

  • Anonymous

    Reply Reply September 1, 2019

    Seriously guys, a few butt drops does NOT make a severe heart down. If you think it does you really need to buy this program and learn how to fight now!

  • Tom

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019

    It is an a assault to beat someone passive. But it is not an assault using aggressive force to put someone on the ground who stole your asset and to prevent any attempt to escape.

    You have the inalienable right to defend yourself and your assets. Also as a citizen you can restrain a criminal.

    It is an overreach mostly because the incompetence of the bike-owner.
    Nevertheless if you decide not to let the guy run you have to be very direct and intimidating and painful to the lowest level of non-compliance to keep the pressure on.

    Without the advantage overwhelming strength and competence just verbally retaining someone (“until police arrives”) is quite dangerous.

    You don’t know if a thief has a weapon or poses a threat if given the time to evaluate.

    You only know that he will try to escape and your control and safety in a pursuit is much lower than it was the first time.

  • Karl

    Reply Reply September 3, 2019

    He’s not so much punishing the bike thief as he is in delighting in his dominance over him. We forgive not for them but for ourselves. If forgiveness were easy then everyone would be doing it.

  • CHarris

    Reply Reply September 4, 2019

    What’s with all the pro-thief comments? Do you honestly believe someone should be able to steal a bike without consequences? He got what he deserved! Actually, he probably got less than he deserved…that was pretty weak for a street beat down.

  • Stephen

    Reply Reply September 8, 2019

    I CAN’T BELIEVE THIS STUPID SHIT GOT SO MANY COMMENTS……THE BEAT-DOWN WAS OK, NO PROBLEM………BUT DEFINITELY NOT IN FRONT OF CHILDREN! TRAV, WOULD YOU DO THIS IN FRONT OF YOUR CHILDREN?? I THINK NOT.

    • Trav

      Reply Reply September 9, 2019

      Tough call actually. I guess maybe I’d just snatch my bike back if my kids were there.

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