definitely not a bonus balling. He was performing a bunker, if you have ever bunkered someone and you didn't shoot someone enough you know how much that sucks. It might have been a little excessive and he should have aimed for your pack. By no means is that something to go off on a rant though. I did however enjoy the video
that's the worst idea, if someone runs by me and i don't feel anything im lighting their asses up, and you got shot 5 or so times because that is paintball, it wasn't a bonus balling and it wasn't malicious at all
No, that's being courteous... When you're playing rec/walk-on/whatever and you know you have the time/ability to shoot somebody in their pack, shoot them in their pack. If you're in a light game and there aren't shots going off all around you, you'll notice when you take a few hits on your pack.
If you're playing a tournament or you're at a serious practice, that's a different story. Hell, there have even been a few times where I was at a serious practice and got bunkered, but the person bunkering me intentionally shot me in the pack or down my leg to be sportsmanlike and not welt up my head/torso.
As for the video, I'm going to say 7 isn't as bad as 10 or 15, and the shots were all at once. It's not as if he was shooting at you for 3 or 4 seconds straight, or stopped shooting at one point and then picked back up again. Bunkering somebody can be just as scary/intimidating as knowing you're about to be bunkered, so when you bunker somebody you want to shoot enough to be sure you hit them.
I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that he said "that was fun" because he enjoyed the game, not the part where he "bonus balled" you... You said he went inside after the game? Maybe it was because he didn't want to deal with somebody yelling at him again.
I think you're overreacting a bit to the whole situation. I'm not trying to be a dick, but if you're going to play airball, get used to being shot a bit more and at closer range than you would playing on another type of field. The bunkers are only 10-15 feet apart, you're going to get shot more in a close-range situation.