Another teen mob attack in Memphis, TN has been caught on video tape - this time surveillance video captured a mob of Northwest Prep Academy high school students attacking a man at a BP gas station at Poplar and Cleveland.
In the video, a 35 year-old man is seen being attacked by the rowdy students as he is attempting to flee their attack by getting in his car. The attack brings up a past mob attack at Kroger which happened in the University of Memphis area in the Poplar Plaza's parking lot.
The victims of that attack were customers as well as employees.
This time the victim was Orrden Williams, Jr, who was reportedly helping a frightened older woman to her car when he says one of the teens 'sucker punched' him.
Williams claim that he saw some of the kids throwing up gang signs as the ruckus was going on.
After Williams was punched in the head, he immediately attempted to avoid harm by rushing to his car.
Finally making his way inside his vehicle, Williams claims he considered using the gun which he keeps in his car to protect his family.
Meanwhile, other customers can be seen at the door of the store trying to hold the door shut in fear that the teenagers would rush inside and attack other customers.
Williams told WREG that he knew there would have been mothers at home without a child if he would have pulled his weapon.
Williams suffered bruises as well as damage to his car and left off in his talk with media with the question, "What's next Dorsey Hopson and Toney Armstrong? Somebody's going to die."
Watch the victim of the attack speak to the media about the terrifying experience which could have cost him or one of the kids' lives.