Angry woman ‘kicked skateboarder in the balls’ in row over ‘noisy stunts’

A skateboarder claims he was "kicked in the balls" by an angry woman who was fed up of his "noisy" stunts.

Hurt Curtis Munton says the painful alleged attack happened after he filmed himself doing tricks outside a block of flats in Crownford, Stoke-on-Trent.

He called Staffordshire Police after being hit where it really hurts two weeks ago.

The 28-year-old told StokeOnTrentLive that tensions flared on February 11 when he was filming on his board.

Officers quickly arrived and have now 'given words of advice' to the neighbour after things got out of hand.

Social media star Curtis was doing some tricks but his content-making afternoon was halted after the unnamed woman decided to put an end to his stunt.

She grabbed his phone to try and make him stop before she allegedly lashed out.

Curtis said: "A company sent me out a box I can skateboard on during the lockdown outside my place. I was doing a live video on my phone, showing viewers my tricks.

"She came out and gave me a lot of grief about the noise. She sat on the box and refused to move. I picked up one end of it and she slid off it."

He went on: "She proceeded to pick up my phone and tried to walk off. When she picked my skateboard up, I snatched it back it cut her fingertips.

"She then kicked me between the legs and there was this instant pain, I was on the floor in agony.

"I was on the phone to the police at the time when she wouldn't leave me alone."

Curtis, who has been skateboarding for 17 years, said it left him in agony.

"I was very worried," he added. "I was alone but a friend eventually joined me after they saw what was happening on the internet. The woman's behaviour was disgusting.

"She damaged my phone screen and left me in pain."

Staffordshire Police confirmed they were aware of the incident.

A spokesman said: "We were called at 2.20pm on February 11 to reports that a man had been kicked by a woman on Crownford Avenue in Hanley.

"Officers conducted inquiries and the woman was given words of advice."

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