A video has surfaced of teenage bullies grabbing a boy by the neck before pinning him down and waterboarding him while on school grounds.
Shared on Facebook, the shocking footage starts with a group of pupils from Almondbury Community School, in Huddersfield, walking across a field while filming themselves.
One of the boys then approaches their victim, allegedly a 16-year-old Syrian refugee, and viciously grabs him by the neck while aggressively asking: What are you saying now then?
The bully then forces the boy, who already has his arm in a cast, to the floor and pins him to the ground with a hand around his throat.
He then proceeds to pour water over his victims mouth and nose, all the while telling him: Ill drown you as other pupils run over to the scene.
The boy luckily manages to twist his body out of the bullys grasp and calmly walks away as laughing can be heard from behind the camera.
The victim is said to have arrived in Huddersfield two years ago, while the footage was supposedly filmed more than a month ago.
Since circulating on social media, the video has received almost 100,000 views, as well as thousands of upset and angry comments.
Almondbury Community School headteacher Trevor Bowen said police are currently investigating the incident.
The safety and welfare of students is of paramount importance to us and this was a very serious incident, he said.
We are not able to comment further as we are supporting the police with their investigation but I want to be clear that we do not tolerate unacceptable behaviour of any sort in our school.