71 thoughts on “Woman beats half-naked, 300-pound man with bat

  1. I understand that she was defending herself but bragging about a violent act that you committed on someone is not a very admirable characteristic. It implies that you're not only cold hearted but probably very very primitive. This woman should have respected the dark nature of the situation instead of bragging to someone that she hurt human being.

  2. GAINESVILLE, Florida — It was early Sunday morning when 65-year-old Clarese Gainey heard a noise outside her apartment.

    As she looked out the window, she says she saw a man in his boxers pulling at her car door handle and knocking on the window, attempting to break in. Before calling police, she took matters into her own hands.

    "I grab my bat, I brace myself and I ease the door open," Gainey told WGFL.

    That's when police and Gainey say 5'6, 300 pound Antonio Mosely charged her.

    "I took that bat and hit him upside the head like 'pi-yah!' He said 'Ow!'"

    Police say Mosely ran to a nearby mobile home park, leaving behind his pants, shirt and a sock.

    "He was in his drawers, he didn't have no shoes on, no shirt or nothing," Gainey said.

    A K-9 unit tracked him inside a mobile home, where they say he was wearing a new pair of pants with cocaine in its pocket.

    Officers brought Mosely back to Gainey to identify him. She says she could easily identify him by not only his appearance, but the injury to his head.

    Mosely is being held in the Alachua County Jail with two counts of burglary and drug possession.

    "He better be glad I didn't have a gun," Gainey said. "Because I would have shot him. But this is my gun right here (baseball bat). Because I gone 'Pi-yow!'"

  3. Found him in a mobile home with no pants on. I didn't know mobile homes wore pants. You're supposed to be a journalist. Speak like it!!!!

  4. I’m glad that wasn’t me because this video wouldn’t have existed and she would have been the one getting pi yahed if ya know what I mean. 😉

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