Girlfriend Pushes 300 Pound Boyfriend Off Scooter, Runs Over It With Truck
A couple’s fight got so heated that the woman pushed her boyfriend out of his scooter and ran over it with her truck. INSIDE EDITION speaks to a neighbor who videotaped the whole thing.
Can you believe these guys have lived together for 20 years?
A shocking video shows a 59-year-old woman shoving her boyfriend of two decades off his scooter, leaving the 300-pound man sprawled on the ground.
Adding insult to injury, she backs her SUV over his scooter.
It all happened in the parking lot of an apartment complex, when, suddenly, at around 11:30 in the morning neighbors heard a couple arguing loudly. One witness was horrified that she saw the argument turn violent.
Neighbor Sarah Oliver shot the video from her rear window in Huntington Beach, California.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret asked Oliver, "When you saw him fall to the ground, what was your first thought?"
Sarah Oliver replied, "'I hope he's okay.'"
Oliver says this isn't the first time she's witnessed her neighbors screaming at each other.
"It's been happening for the four years I've been here," she said.
She has shot other videos of the woman in a rage.
Incredibly, the victim, who asked us not to use his name, says he does not want his girlfriend, Laura Cox, to go to jail.
He reported to INSIDE EDITION, "She's kind, she's loving."
"I was just trying to keep her, she was emotionally upset. She had had a couple of drinks," he explained.
As the video begins, you can see him trying to reason with her. He is shirtless because he rushed out to stop her.
That's when Cox just loses it. She gets right in his face demanding that he get out of the way.
When he doesn't, it's bye bye for his scooter.
Now, Oliver says she's had enough of the neighbors from Hell.
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