He Told His Mom The Bullying Made Him NOT Want To Live Anymore


An Indiana boy who had been bullied at school got some help on his first day back at school from a group of bikers.  Sixth grader Phil Mick of Auburn said he was bullied so bad at school that he told his mother he didn't want to live anymore.  When a group of local bikers caught wind of the situation, all 50 of them came to help.  The organizer of the ride says they want to offer a helping hand in the community, and Phil says he's got all the protection he needs.  Phil says the first day of school last week was a success and he thinks his escort from his biker buddies had a lot to do with that.

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