A shocking video appears to show a 'Spice zombie' stumbling between fast flowing traffic before smacking his head on a barrier at a set of traffic lights. The astonishing clip shows the young man - believed to be under the effects of the synthetic drug - blindly wandering along the busy road. Filmed in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, the two clips posted on Twitter have received almost 7,000 retweets. In the first clip, the man is filmed staggering down the street towards the traffic lights on the B7073 in the centre of the town. A bus can clearly be seen slowing down as the apparently intoxicated man walks in the centre of the road towards the traffic lights. The person filming the clip says: 'What the f***?' As the bus pulls alongside, the driver appears to look over at the man who is wearing grey jogging bottoms, a blue and grey top and carrying a blue plastic bag. Spice is a mixture of smokeable herbs - shredded plant material - and man-made chemicals with mind-altering effects. It is known as 'fake weed' or synthetic cannabis and has been wreaking havoc across the UK. Its effects cause people to suffer severe psychotic episodes, terrifying hallucinations, vomiting and even seizures in public.
A priest has been drafted in to perform an exorcism at the old Coronation Street set after musicians this week threatened to quit due to reports of paranormal activity. The site at Granada Studios in Manchester is set to be demolished at the end of April and ITV has organised a three-day festival beforehand to celebrate the historical studios. For years ITV1 soap stars and even its creator Tony Warren have complained of spooky apparitions or visions on the old set and now a rehearsing band has reported equipment 'exploding'. A 1960s tribute act threatened to quit the show, due to take place later this month, after being left repeatedly petrified by ghostly goings-on during their rehearsals. The band reported equipment 'exploding' for no reason, strange banging noises despite being alone in rehearsals and an 'electric' feeling that made their hair tingle and stand like static. Festival organisers were forced to hire an unnamed Roman Catholic priest to perform an exorcism on Corrie's old soundstage - to ask the ghouls to leave in peace. Speaking yesterday, Granadaland organiser Christopher Wandsworth said: 'We wanted to make sure that everyone was happy before the event. 'But the act threatened to pull out unless we did something. 'An exorcism was our last resort. Without acts, after all, we don't have a show. 'We know there have been numerous rumours over the years about paranormal happenings in the studios, and we know many put this down to their location. He added: 'It's scary that the studios might actually be haunted.' Since Coronation Street began decades ago, back-room staff and cast members have reported ghostly goings-on at the famous cobbles. There have been several sightings of a ghostly figure with 'long dark hair that wears a long coat'. Some believe it to be the spirit of Pat Phoenix, who played Elsie Tanner before she died in 1986 from lung cancer. Actress Sue Cleaver, who played Eileen Grimshaw, once said: 'So many people have seen and felt the same things that there has to be something in it.' While Corrie's now deceased creator, Tony Warren, famously admitted: 'I would smell this great gale of perfume. 'After Pat (Phoenix) died, one of my dogs - who would always go bananas when Pat came to the house - suddenly started to behave as if she was there again.' In 2014, an ITV guide at the set reported seeing 'a child and a woman dressed in Victorian clothes' and another woman who appeared to 'float before disappearing into thin air'. There were also reports of a curse on the set after a run of bad luck which included director Kay Patrick, 58, being run down after a car's accelerator jammed. There is substantial historical evidence that the studios were built on top of a graveyard. In 2005 the cast of TV show Most Haunted visited Granada Studios to investigate the old Coronation Street set, after a number of reports of paranormal activity. Parapsychologist Dr Ciaran O'Keefe, who probed the reports for the Living TV show, concluded a ghost could have 'risen from the spirits under the set'. The studios closed in June 2013, and ITV Granada and ITV Studios moved to MediaCityUK in Salford Quays and Trafford Quays. Granada House is not a listed building but will nonetheless be retained as part of new proposals to turn it into a new bespoke hotel. In 2013 the Granada Studios site was sold for £26 million with all but Granada House being fattened and turned into office's and new housing. The studios previously hosted the first televised performances by The Beatles and Take That, as well as being home to popular TV series including Take Me Out, Coronation Street and University Challenge. * Granadaland is a celebration of the studios rich music and television history and will be hosting an array of tribute acts from Friday 28th April until Sunday 30th April with three nights of festivities.
A New York man plunged to his death after tying bed sheets together and climbing out of an 11th-story window in an attempt to get away from police on Tuesday.
Jamel Chandler, of Brooklyn, broadcast on Facebook Live just minutes before he took plunged from an apartment in the Fort Greene neighborhood of the borough at around 6pm.
As police knocked the door of the apartment unit, Chandler, 21, tied together several sheets as a way to repel down the building.
But the sheets couldn't hold his weight and he fell to his death after they gave way around the seventh floor, police said.
Chandler, who police said was wanted as a suspect in a robbery of a delivery car, was taken to Brooklyn hospital, where he died of his injuries shortly thereafter.
In a six-minute video filmed shortly before the incident, Chandler said: 'Cops is at my door. They looking for me right now. They about to arrest me... I'm about to get arrested, they're about to lock me up. Tune in, tune in, tune in.'
Later in the video, which has since been taken down from Facebook, he said he wanted to jump out of the window.
'I'm about to go to jail... and I ain't been home a whole month,' he said. 'I'm about to jump out the window. I'm on the 11th floor. I'm about to jump, bro, jump. If you want to jump, let me know. They right there bro.'
Police were not in the apartment when Chandler climbed out of the window, officials said.
When officials learned of the live Facebook video, two officers stayed outside the apartment door while a sergeant and two others ran outside to watch the incident unfold, sources told New York Daily News.
Neighbors said that Chad just finished a prison term and was staying on a friend's couch in the 11th-floor apartment.
He had served time in prison after biting a man in the face after a scam in Astor Place in which he asked the man to sign a fake petition and before stealing his wallet.
When the victim noticed his wallet was gone, he confronted Chandler, a fight ensued, and Chandler bit him in the face.
He was arrested weeks later after pulling a similar scam at nine other coffee shops.
Chandler, who has a four-year-old daughter, was 18 at the time and had 29 prior arrests.
He served a four-year prison sentence for the crime and after being released weeks ago, he was looking for a job.
5 minutes? I bet you can't hold your breath for the length of the video!
A woman hurled racist abuse at another passenger on a train in the Republic of Ireland for 16 minutes after a trivial row over a bag on a seat. Another commuter on the train, in Limerick, recorded the video and uploaded it after warning the woman he would be shaming her online. The incident started when the woman objected to an Asian passenger placing a bag on an empty seat. She began ranting that they 'hadn't paid for four seats' and said she had paid for her. The woman then yelled: 'Respect my f***ing country and get off the seats.' One of the Asian passengers refers to her as an 'old lady' which really riles her. 'What did you call me? An old lady? F*** off back to India. F*** off,' she replies. Another passenger tries to quieten her down but she replies: 'Look at the ugly head of that fella. That's the only reason he's backing you up is because he's ugly.' The video was uploaded to Twitter and the social media user said the abused passengers eventually moved to another carriage after 16 minutes of verbal abuse. The Twitter user told the Irish Independent: 'You don't really get the full effect of what happened from the video. 'She was literally sitting beside them, screaming bloody murder in their faces. It went on for almost the whole train ride.' The Irish rail operator, Iarnród Éireann, said: 'It is a shocking and disgraceful incident – any form of abuse of customers is intolerable, particularly discriminatory abuse. 'The incident will have been deeply upsetting to those who were subject to abuse and those who witnessed it, and we are grateful to the customer who reported it to us and raised awareness of it.' They said they had contacted the Garda Siochana, who were investigating the incident.
HOUSTON -- A brave aunt's heroic efforts to save her nephew from the hands of his alleged abuser has gotten national attention, and a quick response from authorities who previously ignored her cries.
Ra'Neicha Broadnax, 20, is expecting her first child, but her motherly instinct has already kicked in, which she used to save her 1-year-old nephew from harm.
After seeing videos of her nephew, Jaiden, being burned, hit and even had a bag placed over his head, she reached out from another state to contact Texas authorities, begging for help.
Broadnax said, at first, she was told that nothing could be done. Her next action? Facebook!
Broadnax posted videos of the baby screaming while someone, who Broadnax claims to be the baby's own mother, taunted the child.
"Tell your daddy that's what happens when you sit around and play with people," a woman is heard telling the baby.
The videos are heartbreaking, and Broadnax said she obtained 64 of them, showing the innocent child strapped in a car seat, unable to get away from his abuser.
"That's too bad.That's too bad, yep, I felt the same way," the woman is heard saying. The baby, so young that he only has his first two bottom teeth, stares helplessly into the camera as she continues to torture him. "Say 'Dad, you should have just left my mama out your bull****.' Say that."
The woman continues, "You just want to keep playing so this is what you get. That's too bad, Jaiden. Too [expletive] bad!"
The woman then hits the baby again in the chest area, causing him to wail louder.
Another video shows the woman holding a flame to the baby's hand, another showed her tying a plastic bag over the toddler's head, and another shows her stuffing a plastic bag into the baby's mouth.
Broadnax, who lives in Virginia, said after watching three seconds of the first video, she was on the phone calling authorities.
Broadnax's older brother also lives in Virginia but fathered a child with Janelle Peterkin, a 23-year-old woman who lives in Humble, Texas.
Broadnax said Peterkin was angry with the father, who has another girlfriend, and sent the photos and videos of her torturing their son to the couple.
There was just one problem, however, the brother never received those messages because he was blocking Peterkin's calls.
Broadnax's brother was arrested Thursday and when he was booked into jail, his girlfriend got possession of his cellphone.
Out of curiosity, the girlfriend unblocked Peterkin's number and that is when she allegedly made the horrifying discovery.
"My brother is incarcerated. His girlfriend was snooping through his phone and she saw he had her [Peterkin] on the 'Do Not Disturb' features, so she took it off and the phone vibrated for an hour straight. When she looked, there were over 300 messages from Peterkin and 64 videos," Broadnax explained.
Broadnax said she knew Peterkin's address because she previously asked for it in order to send a gift to Texas for her nephew's first birthday. She placed the address in Google maps to find the nearest police station.
That led Broadnax to the Humble Police Department, which Broadnax said she called immediately. Broadnax said she asked police to do a welfare check on her nephew, fearing he was dead. She said in one of the videos, she saw the baby's eyes rolling back. Broadnax claims she explained to them what was happening, but they did not do anything.
That is when she decided to post the videos on social media. After that, she was flooded with responses from law enforcement agencies from all over the United States.
"After I put the post up, someone from New York Police Department called me and from all different states, police were calling," Broadnax said. "Then a detective called me from the Humble Police Department asking where Janelle was."
Broadnax said investigators went to Jaiden's daycare and called her saying that they saw no physical evidence of abuse.
But after watching the videos Broadnax forwarded them, officers handed the case over to Harris County Precinct 4 deputy constables, who conducted an interview. Deputies confirm that Peterkin admitted that she made the videos about 90 days ago to show her ex-boyfriend and father of her child he did not care enough about their baby.
Peterkin was then arrested and charged with child endangerment. She was released from jail after posting a $15,000 bond.
Broadnax said her brother, who has three children, had no idea his son was being abused. The brother learned about Jaiden's abuse while watching television in jail.
"My brother was watching TV and saw me on the news and thought it was for my other brother's baby until he heard his son cry," Broadnax said.
She said he wishes that his son's abuse had not been publicized on social media, but is grateful that his sister took action to make sure the baby was saved.
Still, Broadnax does not feel the baby is completely safe because he remains in the custody of Peterkin's family. Broadnax said Peterkin has a history of displaying erratic behavior and has previously vandalized her brother's vehicle.
"Her craziness is what got her on the blocked list," Broadnax said. "My brother loves his kids, he has three little babies. Janelle has taken him through hell!"
Broadnax said she called Peterkin after seeing the videos, asking why did she hurt Jaiden.
"She was so nonchalant with an 'OK, I don't care' attitude and she was saying it is her son, and that we did not do anything for the baby," Broadnax said. "This is all about my brother. This is about nothing else but my brother and I want everyone to know that."
Broadnax also wants her nephew to heal and never be harmed again.
Neither Peterkin nor her family has given a statement to NewsFix.
WORST SCAM IN PRAGUE!!!
If you wanted to see just how dangerous it is to rent your house on AirBnB look no further than this nightmare that occurred where a homeowner was actually assaulted for asking people to not record them in their own house and then repeatedly badgered by the same people repeatedly being asked to leave about their so-called rudeness!
From the Woman behind the camera:
Unbelievable Airbnb guests refusing to leave my bedroom at 3 AM. We were supposed to have one guest, and I came into seven or eight sleeping in my bed and on my floor. AFTER my roommate threw thirty people out and cleaned up most of the mess himself.
At first I thought they were throwing up gang signs at one another, then I came to realize that they were both deaf and were trying to argue over one of the men standing nearby. Then the fist began to fly and the squeals of someone who clearly can't hear herself rang out
Dude Gets Attacked With A Machete And Jumped For Disrespecting A Pregnant Woman!
The bank holiday celebrations didn't quite go as planned for this reveller - who was hit flush in the face by a chair after being ejected from a pub. The man, seemingly left fuming after being asked to leave the Lord Wilson, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, was filmed throwing chairs at the doors while party-goers inside held the door shut to keep him out. But, his attempts to cause a scene only resulted in the piece of plastic furniture rebounding off the glass pane and hitting him square in the face. Despite the raucous laughter prompted by the incident he then continued to kick the front doors, as he remained barricaded outside. Stephen Whitwam was at the King Street venue last night after watching the Huddersfield Town game when he saw the man throwing chairs and filmed the incident as it unfolded. He said: 'It was very strange. He had been asked to leave but kept coming back every few minutes trying to get back in. 'He wasn't too happy about it all and he started throwing chairs. One bounced off and hit him in the face.' Police were called to the bar and later arrested a man. A spokeswoman for West Yorkshire Police said this morning: 'Police were called to reports of criminal damage at a premises on King Street yesterday at around 8pm. 'A 28-year-old man was arrested and remains in police custody.'
A religious festival ended up in an unholy row when a woman spotted her husband canoodling with his lover among the tens of thousands of people in the crowd.
The chance meeting resulted in the women and their friends getting involved in a fight, pulling hair and slapping each other as passers-by tried to restore order.
The incident was captured on camera by a passerby during the processions of Semana Santa at Santo Cristobal in Lima, Peru.
The procession, known as the ascension of the hill of Santo Cristobal, is one of the holiest pilgrimages for the faithful during holy week in Lima, Peru.
The wife had decided to travel alone to the festival after her husband told her he was busy.
She was apparently expecting an opportunity for reflection and peace alongside the other pilgrims, but was horrified when she spotted her husband doing the pilgrimage with his lover.
Upon seeing the two of them together, the wife lunged at her husband’s mistress, and it was only with difficulty that other pilgrims were able to separate them.
The disruption caused a delay in the normally two hour-long pilgrimage, and also prevented the final scene in which the crucifixion is re-enacted at the top of the hill.
Shocking video has emerged of the moment a car and motorbike collided – while a girl ‘danced’ at the side of the road. Although reports are unconfirmed, many people believe one or both of the drivers were ‘distracted’ by a girl twerking at the roadside, reports craveonline. The incident is thought to have occurred somewhere in the Ukraine, although details are still sketchy at the moment. In the video – which was originally posted to LiveLeak, a girl can be seen ‘dancing’ at the side of a road while her friend films. A motorbike can then be heard approaching from the distance and as it gets closer the girl appears to move further towards the road. At that moment a car suddenly comes into shot, slamming into the motorcyclist and sending debris flying across the street. The camera is then lowered as a woman can be heard sobbing in the background before a glove and then the biker lying on his back by the side of the road come briefly into focus. The biker reportedly left the scene and was taken to hospital, suffering a fractured pelvis and broken leg. I’d say there’s probably a number of lessons to be learned from this… Geez. Imagine what would have happened if she would have been good at it. There are so many things going on off the road these days that it’s becoming increasingly harder to focus on what’s coming at you on it. I mean, there are billboards that are basically giant televisions whose ads are just demanding your attention even if you’re not interested in the product being advertised, beautiful scenery to take in as long as you’re not driving through Iowa and of course, twerking girls. Wait, what? That’s right, kids. Two girls recently thought it would be fun to twerk – or at least try to twerk – along a road while vehicles passed by. If you find yourself asking what could possibly be the worst thing to happen from that, well, the answer is this: Car Collides With Motorcycle After At Least One Of The Drivers Gets Distracted By Twerking Girl The motorcycle driver reportedly left the scene, but it wasn’t on his bike thanks to the fact that both his bike and his hip were busted into a thousand pieces. On top of that, he reportedly suffered an “open fracture of the leg.”
The footage appears to show a boy picking up a stone or pebble and throwing it hard at the white pony only a few metres away behind a fence. The poor animal, called Robin, can be seen jumping in pain at the alleged unprovoked attack at Bourton Vale Equestrian Centre in Gloucestershire. The incident was recoded by an apparent friend of the attacker and put on Facebook. It soon resulted in the video spreading across multiple platforms and people have reacted with anger and horror at the clip.
A dramatic video, filmed in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk on December 7, 2016, captures a boy escaping unharmed after slipping on an icy road in the face of oncoming traffic. The timing of the slip appears to have saved the boy from being hit by a car as he attempts to cross the road.
This is the moment an alleged thief uses a pair of bolt cutters to break through a bicycle lock on a busy street - as he is filmed by a stunned onlooker. The footage captured by a passer-by shows a man hacking away at the lock which was used to chain up a bicycle in Bristol. Other members of the public can be seen walking by and looking at him when he finally breaks through and makes off with the bicycle. It was filmed by a quick-thinking passerby who challenged the alleged thief asking him if he went home to get his bolt cutters. The man mumbles a quick reply, and carries on trying to break the lock.
Some say it's wrong to sexualize beloved ladies from our childhood, while others absolutely love the idea!
The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (commonly referred to as Coachella or the Coachella Festival) is an annual music and arts festival held at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, located in the Inland Empire's Coachella Valley, in the Colorado Desert.
Shocking video has emerged of a daycare worker slamming an 18-month-old face down on the ground while trying to get him to go to sleep. Jazmine Torres, 22, was filmed on surveillance cameras at The Children's Courtyard in Plano, Texas, lifting the toddler up by his arms and planting him on his nap mat on Friday. The boy's mother Caitlin Gilmore was watching on a live feed during her lunch break at Wells Fargo when she saw the daycare worker roughly laying him down. What she initially saw was not recorded. When she left to collect her son, friends in her office continued watching and started filming the live stream on their iPhones. Police issued a warrant for Torres' arrest after being alerted to the footage by both the boy's mother and the daycare center. She is expected to turn herself in on Tuesday on a count of felony child endangerment.
A horrifying new ISIS propaganda video appears to show a six-year-old child assisting in a double beheading.
The boy, wearing a black headscarf and camouflaged army gear, delivers a speech to camera while holding out two knives.
Executioners then walk past him and each take a knife before beheading their prisoners in Syria.
With the blade balanced in his hands, he asks that the terrorists who butcher the victims are given peace by the Prophet Muhammad and Allah before delivering the chilling line, 'The infidel and his killer never meet in hell'.
Two jihadis then walk in front of the young child and each take a knife from his hands.
They can both be seen pushing victims along a path in the rocky countryside.
It is not clear from the video what supposed crimes the prisoners are said to have committed against Islamic State, but both men are wearing matching tracksuit bottoms which are black with orange detail.
After being frogmarched through a stream, they are pushed face down into the water before being beheaded by two terrorists wearing black cloaks and masks.
Their bodies are left in the water as their blood runs downstream.
The video then cuts to another series of sick beheadings carried out by the Khalid Ibn al-Walid Army branch of ISIS.
Children are being routinely paraded in the terror group's propaganda videos, with multiple videos showing very young boys shooting prisoners in the head.
In January, a sickening video appearing to show a toddler shooting a prisoner dead in a ball pit in Syria was published online by Islamic State. In the video, the child is seen walking across a ball pit, full of broken plastic balls, towards a prisoner who is tied to a fence by his wrists.
A man then hands the toddler a gun, and he is seen aiming the gun before seemingly pulling the trigger.
Last year, a chilling video from ISIS showed a British boy and four other children executing prisoners in cold blood in Syria.
The grotesque nine-minute video is believed to have been recorded recently in the ISIS capital of Raqqa in Syria.
A seven-year-old boy from China has survived after intimating a cartoon character and leaping out from a 10th-storey window with an umbrella. The child who had been left at home alone by his parents was found seriously injured on April 15 after landing on the ground with his 'umbrella parachute', according to Huanqiu, a publication affiliated to People's Daily. He has escaped death after being rushed to the hospital in critical condition. A set of photos published by CCTV on Weibo shows the boy lying injured on the ground with his red umbrella in Jiangsu Province. A 23-second video clip, posted to QQ.com, shows his mother who collapsed at the scene upon seeing her son. The case was immediately reported to police. The boy was sent to the Affiliated Children's Hospital of Suzhou University for emergency treatment, according to Huanqiu. He was critically injured while he was taken to the hospital. Yet his conditions are not life-threatening now, a doctor said. The doctor also said that the boy had been left alone at his home in Kunshan city. His parents expected him to watch cartoon by himself. Inspired by an animated character he likes, the child decided to leap from the window holding an umbrella as a parachute. The report did not state which cartoon the boy had been watching before the incident. His home is located on the 10th storey and all flats in the building are reportedly two-storey high. Luckily his fall was partially intervened by an utility pole which the boy hit before landing on the cement ground next to a hair salon. This has apparently saved his life. Similar incident happened last month in China's Urumqi city in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. A five-year-old girl reportedly jumped out of a window on the 11th floor after watching a popular Chinese cartoon named 'Boonie Bears'. She jumped from the window wearing a backpack and carrying an umbrella. The little girl suffered severe injuries after landing on a cement platform on the fourth floor.
Mobile footage shows a woman, who seems to have been drinking, forget that gender equality means men can hit you back if you take a swing at them.
The incident took place on Matthew Street in Liverpool and was posted on Twitter, sparking a huge response - with many people debating as to who was in the wrong.
The woman, wearing high heels, marches towards the burly bouncer before swinging a punch towards his head.
The bouncer ducks to avoid the flying arm and hits her hard in the face, causing the woman to stumble backwards.
This is the moment a furious man 'invaded' a fast food kitchen to make his own meal because the restaurant 'screwed up his order'. Dramatic footage shows the enraged customer storm behind the counter as he shouts: "I order the same mother f***ing thing every time I come in here, a two piece." A member of staff at the chicken shop, Popeyes, in the US, runs over to try to stop the man but he starts to help himself to fried chicken and chips. When a manager berates the customer he replies: "You're always getting my s*** wrong, bro." The video was uploaded to World Star Hip Hop and social media users have taken to the site to slam the man. Deadly mix said: "Why would you keep going to a place that messes up your order though?"
A man who lost his cool during a row with another car driver slammed his SUV into the side of a brand new car three times. The dramatic scenes unfolded after the two drivers became involved in a heated dispute. Witnesses did not know how the fight was triggered, but said the owner of the Volkswagen sedan left his car to confront the Hyundai SUV's owner by the driver window. But the SUV's driver quickly lost his temper and tried to ram the other driver, who had apparently only just purchased his VW. The enraged motorist was filmed ramming the Hyundai completely destroying the bodywork on the left side and even taking out one of its doors. Witnesses watching and filming from the sidelines could not hide their astonishment at the violent outburst, which amazingly did not injury any passers-by or even either driver. The clip, filmed on the streets of Suihua City, in north-eastern China, has now been viewed more than 3 million times on Chinese social media ends.
Footage shows the Chinese driver trying repeatedly to park her car before deciding it might be easier to push the vehicle into the parking space.
And you thought your school had some strange rules!
Well, time to start the restoration process all over again...
This stubborn lady loses her sh*t when people don't let her do whatever she wants.
An Argentinian football fan was hurled over a stadium railing my a group of football hooligans who thought he was from the rival team.
On the eve of Easter Sunday, a bloody fight broke out at a California Walmart that sent one man to the hospital with serious injuries and landed another behind bars on battery charges. The brawl was reported at around 7.30pm at the retail location at 13401 Main Street in Hesperia and was caught on video recorded by at least two bystanders. According to a Walmart employee, it all started with an argument between two women, which turned physical when their husbands tried to come to their wives' defense. Cell phone footage recorded in the women's section of the Walmart shows a chaotic scene, with several people shouting at one another and gesticulating wildly, although it is difficult to make out from the footage what they are saying because of background noise. At one point, a woman falls to the ground and one man strikes another man dressed in a red T-shirt and dark-colored baseball cap. A few seconds later, a third man in a grey shirt, who police say was not part of the initial altercation, walks up to the man in red and punches him repeatedly in the face, knocking the victim unconscious. A woman dressed in a striped tank top and shirt is then seen dragging the alleged assailant in grey from the scene. The man in the red shirt was found lying unconscious in pool of his own blood and was later taken to Desert Valley Medical Center with significant injuries to his upper body. He was not named. An 11-year-old girl also somehow got caught in the fracas and had the wind knocked out of her, according to her grandparent, reported Victor Valley News. A hazmat team was later called in to mop up the blood and vomit from the women’s section. San Bernardino Sheriff's deputies who were summoned to the store reviewed surveillance video and were able to track down the man in the grey T-shirt who was believed to have thrown the devastating punch, reported ABC7. The suspect, identified as 24-year-old Dahsean Antwan Wages, was charged with battery with serious injuries and booked into the High Desert Detention Center on $100,000 bail pending his arraignment, which is scheduled for Tuesday, reported Victor Valley News. On Monday, Wages' mother confirmed in a Facebook post that her son was involved in the Walmart fight and asked friends and family to keep him in their prayers. Police are still searching for the second male suspect involved in the initial confrontation, who has not been identified.