THIS is the moment a raging mum punched a man in the face after a baying mob accused him of being a paedophile.
The woman lunged at the alleged perv during ugly and chaotic scenes in Sheldon, Birmingham.
Cops struggled to calm a furious vigilante gang who left the man bloody and battered as violence erupted onto suburban streets on Sunday night.
Shocking footage shows the man being accused of “flashing” at a teenage girl before he is punched and kicked repeatedly in the face.
The clip begins with the suspect standing with a bloody nose in the middle of the road.
The man filming says: "Oi, this man here tried to feel up little girl. Try to feel up little girls, talk to little girls?"
To which he replies: "You're full of s***."
The suspect is then seen being goaded and chased by a man in a baseball cap who punches him in the face – knocking him into a passing car and onto the tarmac.
As two bystanders try to break the warring men apart, the suspect allegedly spits at his assailant – who responds by throwing him to the pavement and repeatedly kicking him in the head.
A third clip shows a female police officer questioning the suspect while her male colleague asks the crowd: "So, he's been flashing?"
Several voices reply "yes" and somebody off-camera appears to make an allegation against the man. The officer asks: "He tried to touch you? In what way?"
He then approaches the suspect and handcuffs him as the crowd begins to grow more hostile, hurling obscenities and threats.
One woman rages: "You f****** paedophile."
Suddenly, the man is struck in the face and the crowd goes into a frenzy.
The male officer immediately arrests a woman, restrains her against the bonnet of a car and places her in cuffs.
Speaking directly to the camera, the arrested woman defends her actions, saying: "Paedo, you know. Look at the state of my babby. Look at the state of my daughter. Distraught."
West Midlands Police said the man remained in custody and was being quizzed by officers.
A spokesman said:"It is alleged an argument took place between a man and a group of teenagers. A man then allegedly exposed himself to the group. Members of the public intervened and police arrived at the scene.
"A 28-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure and assaulting a police officer, after an officer was hit in the face during the arrest. He remains in custody.
"A 36-year-old woman was arrested on suspicion of assault and has been released while investigations continue.
"Anyone with information can contact us via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk between 8am and midnight, call 101 anytime or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Quote crime reference number 20BE/96439J/19."
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