Shocking moment a teenage boy ATTACKS his teacher for trying to throw him out of class because he 'wasn't listening'

  • A video captures the moment a boy attacks a teacher for kicking him out of class
  • A man and student are in a verbal argument when the boy lunges at the teacher
  • The pair wrestle and topple over onto several desks as students scramble out of the way
  • The teacher is forced to subdue the student on the floor after the fight?

Students in Atlanta captured the shocking moment one of their classmates got in a fight with a teacher inside a classroom.

The teacher and boy are seen getting into a heated conversation during the school day that quickly turns violent.?

The video shows the student lift a book above his head in a threatening manner, but the teacher promptly takes it back.

Students in Atlanta captured the shocking moment one of their classmates got in a fight with a teacher inside a classroom
The pair was engaged in a heated discussion that turned physical

Students in Atlanta captured the shocking moment one of their classmates got in a fight with a teacher inside a classroom

The teacher then points to the side and opens the door, attempting to force the student to leave the classroom.

The boy refuses and begins yelling at the older man, who then pushes the boy out of his personal space.

The boy erupts in anger and physically attacks the adult, forcing the pair to fall backwards and over desks.

Other students scramble to safety as the pair continues to fight.?

Screaming is audible in the video, but the audio is not clear enough to hear what individuals are saying.

The video ends with the boy on the ground and the teacher kneeling above him.

It was filmed in the Atlanta, Georgia area.

The boy erupts in anger and physically attacks the adult, forcing the pair to fall backwards and over desks
The video was filmed in the Atlanta, Georgia area

The boy erupts in anger and physically attacks the adult, forcing the pair to fall backwards and over desks

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