Yo, Thugs: Don’t Rob This Bro’s Store – You Could Leave In A Body Bag

You wouldn’t have much luck against this bro, that’s for sure.

This Cocoa, Florida store owner’s buddies have given him one heckuva nickname because of his badass attitude.

Sowann Suy has been dubbed ‘Clint Eastwood’ by his friends because he has used his gun 5 times in defense of his store and himself.

The latest attempted robbery attempt was on Wednesday morning when a man grabbed beer from the store and put one in each pocket.

Suy wasn’t having any of it.

A witness said the man came out of the door with a beer in each pocket, and Sowann was right behind him with his gun.

“I told him to give my beer back, and he ignored it. I pointed a gun at him, and he gave me my beer back, and I shot one bullet in the air,” Suy said.

Suy has been investigated 3 times for shooting would-be robbers, and each time police have found that Suy was appropriate in his response so he has not been charged.

Watch the WESH News 2 report:

Police are now questioning the man that tried to steel the beer from his store.

Suy is becoming a legend in the area, and with answers like this one he should be considered an American hero:

“People are lazy; don’t want to work. They want easy stuff. That’s not right. You live in the United States, should be everybody has to work hard for it; earn your own money,” Suy told WESH 2 News.
Source: WESH NBC 2

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