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Video shows brutal assault of young security guard after he tries to shut down pool party

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The Tallahassee Police Department is looking for the three perpetrators who viciously and relentlessly beat a young security guard who attempted to break up their unauthorized pool party on April 1.

What are the details?

After an "unauthorized pool party" kicked off at the Aqua Palms Apartments in Tallahassee, a young security guard was sent to tell the revelers to leave the premises.

In the video, the guard is seen speaking with a group of people when one of the partygoers — a man in a white T-shirt — hauls off and punches the guard so hard he flies back into some bushes.

As the man in the white T-shirt continues to pummel the guard, another guest — this one shirtless and sporting a pair of bright purple underwear beneath his low-sagging khaki-colored pants — can be seen jumping and flying through the air, only to intentionally land on the guard with his feet.

He, too, begins viciously pounding the security guard.

Then a third reveler enters the fray — a man in a black T-shirt — and joins the other two men in the horrifying attack.

According to the Miami Herald, it is currently unclear the seriousness of the injuries sustained by the guard as a result of the attack.

Tallahassee police seeks community's help

The Tallahassee Police Department shared the graphic video, as well as a call for the community's help in identifying the three thugs in a Friday post on the department's Facebook page.

The post reads:

On April 1, 2018, an unauthorized pool party was hosted at Aqua Palms Apartments, 1600 Old Bainbridge Road. The security officer charged with asking the party-goers to leave the premises was battered by three male subjects.

The Tallahassee Police Department’s Violent Crimes Unit is asking for the public’s help in identifying these three subjects. If you have any information, please call TPD’s Violent Crimes Unit at 850-891-4200, message us on Facebook or call Crime Stoppers at 850-574-TIPS.

The video has been currently viewed more than 300,000 times on the department's Facebook page, and shared more than 7,000 times.

(Content warning: Rough language and violence):

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