Not all superheros wear capes, a good samaritan stood up for someone when they saw a crime taking place.
Crime happens every day, and people like to think what they would do if they saw something happening, yet thankfully most people are never put into that situation. Yet we have a hero who saw a crime being committed, and put themselves in harms way to help a stranger.
According to the NY Post. A gun-toting robbery crew on wheels struck at least four times in Upper Manhattan Saturday afternoon – until a good Samaritan yanked the guns away.
A resident who witnessed the incident stated “It was like something you see out of a movie. How are they going to try to rob someone in broad daylight?”
There have been a rash of robberies in New York City where armd individuals on mopeds have been involved.
Cbs news reports. The police are also investigating whether they have any connection to Saturday’s Upper East Side robbery. Two suspects rode up to two women outside the Guggenheim Museum on East 89th Street and tried to steal one woman’s necklace. The suspects fled after her friend fought off the men.
On Friday, there was also an incident. During a walk down West 23rd Street, a 64-year-old man was pushed to the ground by a passenger on a dirt bike.
Liberal cities often look down on just plain ordinary people trying to protect themselves from the less fortunate robbers. But sane people know that each person has an individual right to safety, and to keep their possessions. New York City has been relaxed on crime, like most major liberal cities, maybe if enough citizens stand up crime will go down.