Man Said He Was Attacked by Substitute Teacher While Picking Up His Grandson from School

A Florida man said he was attacked by a substitute teacher while picking up his grandson after school.

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Alphonso Williams said in an interview with CBS12 that the substitute teacher began cursing at him. Then, things got more physical.

"He ripped his glasses off, and ripped his sweater off, and he punched me," Williams said told CBS12. "I thought I was dreaming."

Williams then said other teachers attempted to pull the alledged attacker away, but "they couldn't hold him back."

He can be seen in a video interview wearing a cast.

The Palm Beach school district said they removed the substitute teacher, but will not comment further due to the ongoing investigation.

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Williams said he picks up his grandson from West Riviera Elementry School every day.

The child's grandmother has also had issues with this substitute teacher, saying that he had once provoked her, and got physical with her grandson.

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