When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong: Robber gets served, and knocked out
December 27, 2011
Times are tough this holiday season. People don’t have jobs and kids are looking for the next big thing to play with and store in their closet. So, while we don’t condone robbing, we can understand some of the sociological pressures to have the latest things.
People at the Hilltop Mall in wonderful Richmond, CA (no sarcasm intended or implied) risked life and limb to get these shoes. There was gunfire, where a guy tried to pull a
Cheddar Bob, Plaxico Burress and let off gunfire while waiting for the stores to open. But, it was an accident, so that doesn’t count. We grew up with some snatch and grabbers, but not with fools robbing with guns. When you go that far, you have to be ready to use. That was the Bridge too Far for most of the dudes we hung out with.
But, this time justice prevailed. For those who have a job, they understand that they work hard for usually meager wages to make it work. They get up every day and in some cases, do a job they hate. Robbing is easy, but you have to have some skill. This is the story of Mostafa Hendi, who needs to take a remedial course in how to rob, or at least listen to my man 50.
By: WLOS | NBC17.com
Published: December 26, 2011
HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. –A robbery suspect got a lot more than cash when he tried to hold up a North Carolina store.
An employee knocked the suspect unconscious at the “We Buy Gold” business on the Spartanburg highway in Hendersonville on Friday and held him down until police arrived.
“He came through the door. He had his hand down here on his waist, hoodie on his head, he said ‘Gimme the money, gimme the money, gimme the money,’” said employee Derek Mothershead.
“And I got up, and I threw my hands up and said take the money if you want it.”
Mothershead took matters into his own hands.
“He had a bag and instead of putting it in the bag I kind of handed it to him,” he recalled. “I said here, take it take it. And I just kind of came in and hit him.”
Mothershead knocked the robber, 25-year-old Mostafa Hendi, unconscious.
“If he wants money get a job, work like everybody else in this world.”
Mothershead held down Hendi, who was bleeding, and called police.
“We Buy Gold” manager Juan Cruz said knocking out armed robbers isn’t exactly store police. But he had a message for anyone considering robbing the store:
“Merry Christmas … Mostafa Hendi.”
Hendi is charged with armed robbery with a dangerous weapon.
He’s in jail on $100,000 bond.
Video can explain why good triumphs over evil this holiday season.
Wow. And that was with the left. He never saw it coming. Didn’t he see Friday?
I still think that the worst part was that he had to clean up his own blood, because he was leaking all over the place. This is the picture..,remember that this is one punch.