In Australia, a German exchange student was minding his own business when thieves started to attack him. The man, who was out numbered, must have obviously been hoping and praying that someone would come and help him. The medical student was rushed upon in an alley in Sydney. The problem for the muggers was that it was right next to a school for ninja warriors. I wish I could make this up. One of the pupils saw the attack in progress and alerted his teacher, Ninja Master Keylan Soto, who instructed his students to leap into action. They thwarted the criminals and the man was saved with only minor injuries and the loss of his phone and iPod.
“We started running towards them and they took off. They would have seen five of us in ninja gear … all in black with our belts on, running towards them,” Soto told ABC radio. “I think they’re probably still running if I’m not mistaken.”
Perhaps, and this is just a suggestion, the thieves should have staked out the territory a bit better if they were planning on robbing someone. There are certain things thieves need to remember. For instance, you would not rob someone in front of a police station so why on God’s green earth would you rob someone in front of a School for Ninja Warriors?
Holy Bloomin’ Onion Batman, they got Ninja schools in Australia! I’m booking my flight and applying today!
Source: BBC News