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Jersey Shore: There's Nothing Funnier Than A Woman Getting Punched In The Face

MTV's trailer for the rest of Jersey Shore's debut season contains a glimpse of a guy in a bar punching Snookie in the face. It's already becoming an Internet sensation. Why the glee? And should MTV have used the footage?

The assault comes in the middle of a slew of apparently drunken fight scenes in the trailer (warning: guys whooping in the background when she gets punched), at least one of which involves a girl hitting a guy in the face with the back of her hand. But nothing matches the shock of seeing a burly man swing with a closed fist at Snookie.

The Philadelphia Daily News reported in August that 23-year-old Long Islander Brad Ferro had been arrested for punching Snookie after he stole her drink at a bar. He had already been warned by bouncers to stop drinking. According to the paper, "Ferro was arrested on simple-assault and disorderly-person charges. The cast member was not treated."

The episode hasn't even aired yet, but the clip has been made into an animated GIF and is already showing up, approvingly, on several blogs and forums like that of It's described as "the most gratifying animated gif you will ever see," and commenters exult at watching it over and over again. What thrill do the viewers get out of watching this woman get hit, apparently unprovoked? Well, there's this.