Watch This Kid Become A Hero After Putting Bully In His Place For Punching A Blind Kid

"If you f*ck with this kid again, I will f*ck you up."

Warning: Graphic language.

He's no Batman, but a Huntington Beach High School student became a real-life and Internet hero after intervening in a fight between another classmate who was punching a blind kid in the face. 

As the California teen (who is holding a seeing cane) is repeatedly held and hit in the face by student Noah Sparn, another student identified as Cody Pine swoops in an knocks Sparn to the ground. 

"F*ck you, bro" he says, asking the other boy if he was OK. "Trying to punch a blind kid, bro?"

Students help Sparn up, asking Pine what his problem is. 

"He's punching a f*cking blind kid, bro, what the f*ck is your problem?" he says. 

Then he turns to Sparn himself and tells him if he ever messes with that kid again he'll "f*ck him up."

Most of the video's comments are in favor of the teen who defended the blind student, but Sparn took to Twitter to defend himself. 

Sparn has since been arrested and is in his parents' custody. Pine, however, doesn't face any charges, but there's currently a petition circulating in support of him. He allegedly has been kicked off the football team, but authorities have not yet confirmed or denied. 

The New York Daily News reports that the school is currently investigating the incident and only released a statement claiming to be firmly against bullying:


"Huntington Beach High School firmly believes that all students are afforded an opportunity to learn in a safe and secure environment. Because of this, safety is the highest priority," it said in a statement to the News. "Huntington Beach High School has a very strong anti-bullying code of conduct and will not condone this type of behavior from any student."


Though violence isn't something to be cheered on, Pine's supporters are clear in the fact that bullying should never be tolerated. 

"I'm so proud for Cody and honored that he's representing the heroes here in Orange County!!!" one commenter wrote. "Yay Cody! This gave me hope that there's still good in teenagers who stand up against bullying and not just stand aside and see it happen."

(H/T: Mic)