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Clown Gets Beaten Senseless After Failed Attempt At Scaring People [VIDEO]

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Eric Lieberman Deputy Editor

A group of friends relaxing in a car decided to beat up a man dressed as a clown and it was all caught on tape.

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The clown, who was holding balloons, approached the car and surprised the men sitting in the vehicle. “What the fuck is that, bro?,” one of the friends asks.

“Yo, are you serious? Yo, yo, go around this fool,” the person filming says to his friends as the scary sight becomes more discernible. “Stop with the childish shit, bro,” a man addressing the clown can be heard saying. “Get the fuck away from my car!” another yells.

During the cacophony of exclamations from the various friends, the clown appears to be shuffling side-to-side in an attempt to scare the onlookers.

“Take me home, bro,” one friend pleads.

One friend wearing a black shirt can be seen in the video getting out of the car armed with an unknown blunt object. The clown shrinks back, but he is soon beaten by the onlookers, who began thrusting their fists into the clown.

“What y’all doing?” a friend remaining in the car asks. After roughly 12 seconds of thrashing the clown, the two men rush back to the car.

There is a clown-sighting epidemic over the past couple of months. Several clowns attempted to lure a young boy into the woods in South Carolina. The mother went to the location to find clowns “flashing green laser lights” and then scurrying off.

Stephen King, an author who has made a name out of scaring people with his prose, is even freaked out about all of the clown sightings.

“Obviously, this is a situation that local law enforcement authorities take quite seriously and they should carefully and thoroughly review, you know, perceived threats to the safety of the community and they should do so prudently,” White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said Tuesday, according to ABC News.

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