There’s a possibility that your child wouldn’t walk up to you and say: I am being bullied at school, or perhaps kids are calling me cruel names. Instead, the ill-treatment will result in your child declaring he or she doesn’t want to go to school anymore, and in a worse scenario, the parent of a victim might end up being injured or beaten when trying to get involved.
Being against the bullies tormenting his 11-Year-Old son, Alan Wilson of Worthing, West Sussex, is presently suffering lung trauma, broken bones, fractures to his spine and had to have surgery in Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton, after being attacked by a group of thugs amid saving son in the park.
Alan Wilson of Worthing, West Sussex, is presently in a coma after being attacked by a group of thugs while saving his 11-Year-Old Son in the park.
The 46-Year-old had sprinted to nearby Longcroft Park after hearing a group throwing his son to the floor on Easter Sunday. He tried to intervene but instead got knocked unconscious before his head was hit with an object as his son watched. According to The Sun, the pandemic frontline worker is now in a coma, and close family has been left terrified that he may wake up with brain damage.
The 46-Year-old had sprinted to nearby Longcroft Park after hearing a group throwing his son to the floor on Easter Sunday. (Pictured here is police and air ambulance at the scene).
On the other hand, Wilson’s wife, 49-Year-Old Annie, has since described how her husband is “fighting for his life after brain surgery for multiple bleeds on the brain.” In a post shared on the internet, Annie claims he’s the most kind and gentleman in the world, adding that their 11-Year-Old son has been left traumatized by the ordeal.
Five youths whose names and age are withheld were arrested for attempted murder and grievous bodily harm with intent.
Wilson’s 25-Year-Old daughter Becky has also posted a heartbreaking post to Facebook, urging him not to let his attackers win. “I wish I could see you, dad, and tell you it’s going to be okay. Please, dad, fight for your f****** life; you are such a strong, caring man who has brought us kids up and loved us like we are your own. You have so much life left to live and a granddaughter who needs to grow up with her nan-dad.”
But the five have been bailed yet under strict conditions, including a ban on meeting each other and curfews.
“I wish I could hold your hand, but unfortunately, COVID has decided that for us. You can do this, dad.” Becky captioned her post. So far, five youths whose names and age are withheld were arrested for attempted murder and grievous bodily harm with intent. But have been bailed yet under strict conditions, including a ban on meeting each other and curfews.
A JustGiving fundraiser has been set up by Cheryl Edwards, Wilson’s family friend, and as at this time of writing, it has soared to £23,174.
Likewise, a JustGiving fundraiser has been set up by Cheryl Edwards, Wilson’s family friend. The fundraiser is set out to raise £500 to support the family with expenses, including traveling. But it turned out; the donations have soared, with the total now at £23,174 as at this time of writing.