Man BRUTALLY beats his baby mama after busting her at a restaurant while on a date with another man

A vexed man beat his baby mama black and blue in broad daylight after he caught her on a date at a city restaurant.

 

Viral video which has been doing rounds on social media show a woman being assaulted by an irate rastaman said to be her baby daddy.

The footage was caught by CCTV cameras which had been installed at the scene of the incident, a restaurant in the Caribbean island of Trinidad.

The disturbing incident happened on 5 November 2015 (according to the information on the CCTV footage) but it has still caused ripples after it was shared again on Facebook.

The footage shows the rastaman approaching the table where his baby mama was sitting with her date before he confronted her.

The man, who by then was fuming with anger, slapped the lady before he pushed her over making her to fall on her back.

The lady’s baby daddy then unleashed a barrage of kicks upon the lady who was lying helpless on the floor.

The rastaman warned the mediator to stay away from his business and went on to beat his baby mama as other customers watched in horror.

It’s not clear what happened next as the footage ends before the poor lady is saved from the heartless batterer.

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