VIDEO: Arrest Made at Laundrie Home After Assault is Caught on Tape

As Brian Laundrie continues to evade police in a case pertaining to his deceased fiancée Gabby Petito, his family home in Florida has become the focal point of the nation’s rage.

Americans are not fans of the Laundrie family, by and large, due to their unrepentant unwillingness to cooperate with investigators working on the case of the then-just-missing Petito.  This includes Brian, who skedaddled off into the wild just hours before Gabby’s body was found.

And os, as angry Americans do, protests have begun outside of the Laundrie family home.  These often-noisy affairs have begun to understandably irk the neighbors, which led to quite the confrontation on Wednesday.

Two protesters with megaphones have taunted and yelled at the Laundrie family from outside the home for the past few days from morning to evening. At around 6 p.m. on Wednesday, a neighbor came to the front of the house and appeared to push a male protester.

“You can sit here all you want with your megaphone. I don’t care, but you come on my property again, I’m going to f****** beat your a**,” the neighbor yelled at the protester as he threatened to call 911.

The neighbor then pulled out a cell phone to try to show proof that the protester came on his property before walking away.

“You’re going to jail,” the protester said while filming the encounter. “You just assaulted me on camera.”

And go to jail he did, picking up a charge of battery on the way.

Video of the incident was unsurprisingly popular on Twitter late into the evening.

Brian Laundrie’s parents have also been dealing with a glut angry folks sending flowers to them, often addressed with either heartfelt messages to Gabby or vicious venom for Brian and family.