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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2009) Curb-stomping is a violent assault in which the attacker forces the victim to lie down prone on the street and "bite the curb" (i.e., head face-down on the curb, with mouth opened so teeth contact the curb), following which the attacker stomps on the back of the victim's head resulting in crushed teeth, a broken jaw and/or skull, and possibly death. This assault is also known as curbing, a Russian mouthwash, the dental plan, a curby, a curb job, or The Ikari. In popular culture A fatal curb-stomp is portrayed in the film American History X, performed by a white power skinhead played by Edward Norton. Toki Wartooth is briefly shown curb-stomping a Snakes N Barrels fan in a Metalocalypse episode. In the Bollywood movie Shootout at Lokhandwala, the character of Maya Dolas performs a curb-stomp. Buffy Summers inflicts a curb-stomp in episode 5.6 of the TV show Buffy the Vampire Slayer ("Family"). Epic Games' third-person shooter game Gears of War features a graphic depiction of a curb-stomp. The story "Pink Frosting" in Adrian Tomine's comic Optic Nerve concludes moments before a curb-stomping occurs. Tony Soprano uses a curb-stomp to punish Coco for making sexual references to his daughter in season 6, episode 19 of the TV series The Sopranos ("The Second Coming"). The novel Omega Minor by the Flemish author Paul Verhaeghen describes neo-nazis curb-stomping Turkish gang-members in a riot during the climax of the story. In the Family Guy episode entitled Dial Meg for Murder , Meg curb stomps Peter. In Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Ezio can curb stomp enemies in certain situations. In Resident Evil 5, Chris Redfield can curb stomp certain majini when they are in a prone position and when certain conditions are met. In How I Met Your Mother, Season 4 Episode 16: Sorry, Bro, Lily makes a reference to curb stomping when she tells Ted to go bite the curb and she'll be out there in a minute. References This crime-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e