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Bro Tries To Help Homeless Dude – All HELL Breaks Loose!

Cynics like to say that ‘no good deed goes unpunished’.
Here’s the video they would use as evidence.

Geez, try and help a guy, and it comes back to bite you in the backside.

It’s one of those stories that make no sense, even as you try to retell it.

A homeless man in LA was trying to shoplift, apparently. Then a bystander, trying to be a good Samaritan, offered to pay for whatever merchandise he was leaving with.

“The suspect became upset, refused the victim’s offer and a struggle ensued.” — Sheriff’s department.

That would be weird enough, right?

But we’re not even up to the weird part yet.

The nice guy finished whatever he had to do in the store, and then he left.

But the incident wasn’t over.

As the victim left the location the suspect pulled out an axe and began to hit him in the head several times. After the assault, the suspect fled the location. He is a local transient.
‘The victim was transported to a local hospital and treated for his injuries.’ –DailyMail

The ‘axe’ in question is actually a hatchet, and the victim was hit with it a number of times, even after he had been dropped to the ground.

Kudos to the guy in orange who stood up to an armed man who was attacking a defenceless victim.

There were two decent guys in this story.

And one guy who hasn’t learned anything about what it means to be really a man.

If he’d learned — and applied — the lessons in this book, he would have lived a very different life.

The Effeminization Of The American Male
by Doug Giles


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