Psycho Smashes 20KG Plate On Guy's Face While He's Dumbbell Pressing And Claims It Was An Accident.. (2023)


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He basically just essentially tried to kill this guy with a plate, and now he might be out of jail and like what, if you're willing to rationalize this in your head, like what else are you willing to do? Is this like one of those [ __ ] up people who, just like you know, kills cats without people knowing and then eventually his brain can't help it anymore.

He ends up, like you know, pulling a ted bundy or some [ __ ], like I don't know, what's up guys derek from today I was digging through potential new topics and whatnot, and sometimes I am not I'm not immune to you know viral content.

I sometimes stumble across some [ __ ], that's wild and I just can't help but go down the rabbit, hole and watch it, and this was in the subreddit.

Today it was from the other another subreddit, crazy, [, __, ] videos, and I was like huh.

What is this and it says, does this look like an accident to you, 45 44 pounds on his face, I'm like [, __ ], like I'm clicking this.

So it's a apparently a just released cctv, video of somebody that put this guy in prison.

So that's your disclosure going into this.

So if you're easily startled- or I don't know just don't- [ __ ] watch, it's it's wild, so you see him walking up.

He has this 45 pound plate and you look at this [ __ ].

The guy is about to do the unthinkable, I'm gonna restart from the beginning, walking over literally goes and [ __ ] pile drives his plate onto this guy's face and then acts like his [ __ ] ankle is messed up and he tripped by accident and dumped it on his head.

He's like.

Are you okay, bro and then stumbles away, while this guy's sitting there with his fractured head? I was like what the actual [ __ ] dude like it seems like there's no one else in the gym, but it was captured perfectly on this camera here, like all, I can think, while this guy's walking down there is like what is going through your head at this exact moment, like are you that, like are you that widely deranged of like a [, __ ] up like psychopath, like like saddest? Essentially, I don't know if that's how you pronounce that sadist saddest sadist, presumably where you just like, get off and like inflicting pain on others or something like I don't.

I don't get what could have gone through this guy's head in order to rationalize this as being like a funny or a anything.

You know like this is a not just to like trip and pretend to trip and fall the guy literally like winds up for it and then like chucks it right into his face boom.

Absolutely like I don't know if you guys have ever accidentally dropped.

You know a 45 pound plate on your toe at the gym, or, I don't know, crunch your toe on like dropping a dumbbell or some [ __ ], like it [ __ ], hurts even that just like smashing a weight on your foot by accident, not a great feeling or when you act.

The worst is when you're doing a lateral raising you accidentally like clip your [ __ ], [, __ ], not good bro, and this guy just had a 45 pound plate dropped on his like slam, not just dropped, like literally pile drive slammed into his face, while he's totally vulnerable in the middle of a goddamn dumbbell press, [, __ ] absurd, and this guy has the gall to go up to him after and be like.

Hey bro.

Are you okay, like [ __ ]? I had no, I don't know what just happened and then just like stumbles out, and this guy's just like who knows like.

Apparently he had a very bad head fracture.

This was posted nine hours ago, has almost 1600 comments.

This is the story that broke darwin man jailed after dropping 20 kilogram weight on jim goer's head.

This was published literally today, ah we're at the time of filming this video horrifying moment.

A man slams, a 20 kilogram weight on a gym, goer's head by accident, quote unquote, as he lay on a workout bench, causing brutal injuries to his skull, a man who caused horrific injuries after slamming a 20 kilo.

Kilometer weight on a fellow jim goer's head has been jailed sickening.

Cctv of the incident at a gym near darwin almost 18 months ago, has emerged.

So this isn't like it.

This didn't just happen.

It's the cctv footage that was just released, presumably um, and he ended up pleading guilty on the david's trial.

Let's see court heard the two men at the next level gym in the palmerston suburb of rosebury southeast of darwin early one morning on october, 2020 cctv played in court shows ryan picking up a 20 kilogram plate walking towards the victim lying on a bench on his back lifting dumbbells.

He gets sentenced to 19 months jail and, like is that is the sentence like done now, or I guess he's he's over halfway through a sentence right now, so what this guy gets out now like fine, like the really [ __ ] up, because it was apparently not prompted by anything that made any rational sense to whatsoever it's a very dangerous act, as he was jailed for 19 months, but court heard relations between the pair had been amicable and friendly and that there was no motive for the unprovoked attack, so the victim was vulnerable as he was lying on his back and had weights in his hand, he was unable to protect himself.

He also had no reason to believe that you would attack him as you did.

The lack of an obvious motive for you to have engaged in this offense is troubling.

He said where there is obvious motive for an offense.

It is often possible to assess the likelihood of the offender reoffending.

That is simply not possible in circumstances where there is no obvious motive, and you have chosen not to shed any light on that issue.

So you must serve at least 10 months behind bars before he's eligible for parole.

So I don't know, is he already like out of jail on parole? Victim was lifting dumbbells yeah so like he basically just essentially tried to kill this guy with a plate, and now he might be out of jail and like what, if you're willing to rationalize this in your head, like what else are you willing to do? Is this like one of those [ __ ] up people who, just like you know, kills cats without people knowing and then eventually his brain can't help it anymore? He ends up, like you know, pulling a ted bundy or some [ __ ], like I don't know these people, seemingly they have now.

I'm not an expert on you know like criminal psychology or anything, but seemingly they have like.

You know escalating needs, and you know they're willing to push the boundaries and you can like you know repress them or whatever, but I mean they end up doing something: [, __, ] up and then to get like.

You know their next dopamine hit because their dopaminergic set point where they're at homeostasis is like so [ __ ] up now, it's almost like the porn situation.

These people, who are watching more [ __ ] up porn in order to get off to get that new like dopamine hit they end up finding like they go from, like you know, the nudie maze that their dad had, and then you know at the end of you know by the time they're you know 30 years old, they're watching, like I don't know like [ __ ], like bestiality videos or some [ __ ], like it's, the wild spectrum of like mental [, __ ], where brains just get desensitized to [, __, ] um, and it's probably the worst it it could be with.

You know, individuals nowadays that are like actual psychotics.

I can only imagine like like what the [ __ ] like the brain circuitry, must be for these individuals.

Uh must be absolutely wild to think like what could have rationalized this guy's behavior whatsoever and to like be so so [ __ ] as to say after, like hey man like.

Are you okay, um wild dude comment section? That's intentional.

He got two free years membership and some gym government some government gym out of it he'll be eligible for parole.

After serving 10 months, they said dude skull is fractured and has issues still, maybe I'm crazy.

But, honestly, what I see in this video is attempted murder, a grown man adult with that much weight and his hands targeting another man on a bench not even aware, and you can see in a video- he takes a run at him and throws it down on his head very hard to believe he got two years or 10 months.

It's a visible wind up too, it wasn't just the weight of the objects in his hand, there was some force.

I agree victim consume in civil court.

That shouldn't even need to happen like holy [, __ ], this [ __ ], is crazy to me.

How could a judge see a clearly premeditated murder attempt to basically let him walk like? Obviously, this guy had been planning it.

You know waiting for him to be the most vulnerable on a bench and then like walks over just winds up for it.

Hard [, __ ] would have been brutal if he did it more complete, competently too.

Everyone this guy ever meets needs to see this video know he is a dangerous coward.

The attacker is a sick person that literally wanted to murder random person totally insane that he wasn't charged with attempted murder, um yeah.

I don't know how the judge rationalizes that too probably had a fight in the gym with friends like this good to know.

If you want to murder, someone just need to befriend them.

First um yeah, so I don't know if anyone has more insight on the situation like I I am like.

I was like thoroughly interested in what, if this guy had a statement as to what prompted this activity, but he's just like you know, no noticeable motive whatsoever.

He just literally almost kills this guy, and now he might even be out on parole, pretty [ __ ] up.

So that is the viral video of the day.

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Did a man slam 20kg weight into a gym goer's head? ›

Shocking CCTV footage captured the moment a man slammed a 20kg weight into a fellow gym-goer's head, fracturing his skull and leaving him covered in blood. The "disturbing, motiveless attack" happened at a gym in Australia and shows Shane William Ryan carrying a weight before pretending to trip up.

Who was the man jailed for dropping weight on his head? ›

A man has been jailed for fracturing a gymgoer's skull after slamming a 20kg weight into his head - before trying to pretend it was an accident. Shane William Ryan, 33, who lives near Darwin, Australia, has been jailed for 19 months after the "disturbing and motiveless attack" was caught on CCTV.

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Dropping or Slamming Weights

Unless your gym carries bumper plates, stop slamming your weights on the ground. It can damage the equipment and distract other members, which clearly makes you a selfish and obnoxious exerciser. But beyond that, it's also a clear indicator that you're lifting more than you actually should.

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He is known for the "Thomas Inch" dumbbell, also known as "172", a dumbbell that weighs 172 lbs. 9 oz. (78.3 kg).

Who was sentenced to 19 months at the gym? ›

The moment Shane William Ryan dropped a 20kg weight on a gym user. The moment Shane William Ryan dropped a 20kg weight on a gym user. Shane William Ryan claimed his unprovoked act of violence inside a Darwin gym was an accident.

Who is Shane William Ryan? ›

Shocking CCTV footage revealed the horrifying moment Shane William Ryan, 33, pretended to trip up and crushed his friend's head. The two men were working out at the Next Level Gym in the Palmerston suburb of Rosebery, south-east of Darwin.

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Don't drop weights.

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It's a great weight for beginners because 20 lbs won't be too hard on the wrists/shoulders compared to 25's or 30's. With 20's you can still get a great pump, whereas with 15's one might leave the gym feeling a bit short of a great workout. For the more advanced, 20 lb dumbbells are still amazing!

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Who was the victim in the Darwin dumbbell accident? ›

Shane William Ryan 'accidentally' drops a 20kg weight on a fellow gym user's head. A gym junkie who was left with a cracked skull after his mate deliberately dropped a 20kg weight on his face while faking an ankle injury hasn't told his parents about the incident because he doesn't want them to worry.

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Shane and Ryan are the producers and hosts of Buzzfeed's Unsolved series, they are good friends.

Who is Shane Ryan mother? ›

His mother, the late Orla Ní Shíocháin was an inter-county camogie player with Dublin for many years and won three All-Ireland Senior Camogie medals. She also won many Interprovincial Championship medals with Leinster.

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Horrifying moment a man slams a 20KG WEIGHT onto a 'friendly and amicable' gymgoer's head 'by accident' as he lay on a workout bench - causing horrific injuries to his skull. A man who caused horrific injuries after slamming a 20kg weight on a fellow gymgoer's head has been jailed.

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Up to 20% of the person's body weight can be carried with no extra exertion of energy.

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The average man in his thirties can bench press 90 percent of his body weight, though this can vary depending on several factors. How much you can bench press depends on your fitness level and how much you've trained.

How much weight can the average man bench? ›

The average bench press is 220 lb for men and 104 lb for women.

Why do deadlifters drop the weight? ›

According to US Olympic weightlifting coach Jim Schmitz, the reason Olympic lifters drop the weight is because as more and more weight was being added to bars it became increasingly difficult to lower the bar to the ground.

How much weight can you hold on your head? ›

Based on studies from East Africa, it is suggested that up to 20% of the person's body weight can be carried on the head with no extra exertion of energy. This means that for instance a person of 60 kg can carry 12 kg, or a man of 80 kg can carry 16 kg.

Is dropping weights bad gym? ›

Dropping and resetting is often slower than holding on to the bar making it even more unnecessary to drop. Inappropriate handling of the barbells weakens the integrity of our equipment, creating safety issues for you, our members, and can cause costly damage.

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The greatest weight ever raised by a human being is 6,270 lbs. in a back lift (weight lifted off trestles) by 364- lb. Paul Anderson (U.S.) (b. 1932), the 1956 Olympic heavyweight champion, at Toccoa, Georgia, on June 12, 1957.”

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The Current Guinness Record for most weight lifted by a human is now held by the two-time Canada's Strongest Man winner Gregg Ernst. Having already been watched by over 1,000 people lifting two grown oxen, in July 1993, Ernst lifted 2,422.2kg (5340lb), making this officially the world's heaviest lift.

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Super human, not superhuman

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Fully grown silverbacks are in actually stronger than 20 adult humans combined. A Silverback gorilla can lift 4,000 lb (1,810 kg) on a bench press, while a well-trained man can only lift up to 885 lb (401.5 kg. Research shows that a gorilla can lift up to 27 times their full body weight.

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How common is a 225 pound bench? ›

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Can the average man bench 225? ›

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