Father uses his young child as a WEAPON at the Japanese baseball game
Father uses his young child as a ARM and uses him to hit a rival at a Japanese baseball game
- The man lashed out at another spectator while security agents led him outside
- He waved the little boy at the man's head during the competition in Yokohama, Japan
- Security sounds the man away while most supporters don't seem to notice
This is the shocking moment that a father uses his young child as a weapon to lash out at a rival fan during a baseball game in Japan.
The unruly spectator was escorted out of the ground for safety when he waved the little boy to the head of another supporter during the match in Yokohama.
The spectators watched in disbelief as the father – who held the child around his waist – grabbed his legs and was the first to throw him at the man and follow a row with opposite fans.
The man reportedly turned red after watching his side Hanshin Tigers went 4-0 to Yokohama DeNA BayStars in their Nippon Professional Baseball clash on Tuesday night.
Images of the incident – filmed by a fan – were viral on social media yesterday.
It shows a man wearing a Hanshin Tigers sweater with the small child, while he is led out of the ground by various guards.
They stand between him and rival fans when he seems to point and steal them, but they do not retaliate and try to ignore him.
Attack: the man swings the child (dressed in yellow) over his shoulder and uses the little boy to hit another baseball fan in Japan
In particular, he seems to make an exception to a man who was watching the game and threw the child at him like a rag doll and hit him on the head.
The boy flaps uncomfortably in the air while his head shoots back from the power of the throw.
Stunned by the movement, the rival fan stands up to confront him, but the father and the child are quickly thrown out of the ground by safety.
Most spectators in the neighborhood have their attention on what is happening on the field and do not seem to notice the violence behind them.
It is not known whether further action has been taken against him.
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