SICK! Teens Laugh as Disabled Man Struggles and Drowns: ‘Oh, He Just Died’ (VIDEO)

A group of teenagers filmed and laughed as a disabled man slowly drowned in a pond. Florida Police have decided that the individuals involved will not be criminally charged as no laws were broken.

32-year-old Jamel Dunn drowned in a retention pond on July 9, 2017, as a group of teens filmed the situation and decided not to bother in helping the man. The teens refused to call for help, as well.

Jamel Dunn’s body was not discovered until three days later, according to Florida Today.

IBT reports:

“The kids were at the park that day smoking marijuana and apparently saw him walk into the water. He walked in on his own. They were watching him,” he added.

Dunn walked into the water from the west side and then struggled as he drowned as the teens watched and recorded the incident from the south side of the pond, according to the police. “They just started recording what happened and watched until he died,” Martinez said. “Everybody is just horrified by this.”

“Get out the water, you gonna die,” one of the teens was heard yelling in the video.

“Ain’t nobody fixing to help you, you dumb,” another one was heard shouting. Police said the teens warned Dunn, who walks with a cane, not to go into the muddy waters. However, no one bothered to call 911 or help when he struggled to keep his head above water.

In the video, when the man is seen trying to stay afloat, the teens continued to joke and mock him. “Oh, he just died,” a teen said and the group broke into laughter.

Watch the disturbing video below:

People on Twitter were quick to express their disdain for the actions of the teens filming Jamel Dunn’s drowning:

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