Schoolgirl gets revenge on classmate teasing her… by booting football at his head

October 19, 2012 | by | 0 Comments

This cocky lad was laughing on the other side of his face when he teased a young girl playing football – who teaches him a lesson by booting him in the head with the ball.

A hilarious 30-second video has become an internet sensation after it attracted a staggering 250,000 views since it was uploaded on YouTube.

The clip shows a class of pupils at a Norway school bending over while a girl takes aim with a football.

The girl runs up to kick the ball... but the cheeky lad strikes a feminine pose to tease her

The girl runs up to kick the ball… but the cheeky lad strikes a feminine pose to tease her

But one cheeky boy pupil refuses to bend down and instead stands half-turning towards the girl trying to put her off by wriggling his bottom at her.

But the lass gets her revenge when she hoofs the ball at them and wallops the boy straight in the face.

The stunned youngster clutches his face and walks around the gym in a daze while everyone around him bursts out laughing.

The ball smashes the cocky boy in the face

The ball smashes the cocky boy in the face

The lad clutches his face after being struck

The lad clutches his face after being struck

The boy staggers away in pain

The boy staggers away in pain

Even the adult supervisors can be heard erupting into fits of giggles as the freak shot smashes into the lad.

Since it was uploaded in June, the video has racked up 250,000 views with hundreds more watching it every day.

Norwegian sports instructor Robin Zapffe, 35, who filmed the freak shot, said: “It was incredible – the boy was taunting the girl and the next thing you know he gets hit in the face by this perfect shot.

“We felt a little bad for laughing, because the impact was so hard that the boy actually started crying.

“But once he calmed down he kind of saw the funny side.

“I think his ego was just as bruised as his face.”

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