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Robber gets pepper sprayed, spanked, and kicked in the face for good measure

August 15, 2012 | By Abraham | 8 comments

It’s safe to say that things didn’t quite go as planned for the two men who tried to rob Zhen Yang’s convenience store in Gatineau, Quebec back in June.

First, Yang doused them in bear repellent, then he bent one of the thieves over the counter and spanked his bare butt. Then, out of nowhere, Mrs. Yang shows up and begins clearly expressing her anger and fear on the intruder’s head with her foot…

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8 Comments

  1. bark_of_wonder says:

    “…always better to hand over the money and blah blah blah..” Okay, thanks for that disclaimer. Idiots. Good for the spanker and the kicker.

    1. Darla says:

      That would happen in California too! The woman would definitely be sued. Or the criminal would press charges or something. And the police say get a good description, and they’ll handle it. My husband’s company was robbed twice and the police did nothing. There were things they could have done, but they don’t have time to work petty crimes. The third time the business was robbed, the thief dropped his social security card at the business during the burglary. When my husband gave the police the guy’s social security card, they finally went and picked him up at his house.

  2. Rob H says:

    “Police wanted to remind everybody that self-defense is always a bad idea and that police-defense is always timely and effective.”

    1. Josh says:

      Right. Police have never once let anyone down, ever.

      On another note, BEAR SPRAY! That must have been incredibly painful.

      1. Darla says:

        I take bear spray with me when I go hiking with my dogs. There are no bears. But a friend recently had his dog killed and another badly injured by another person’s dogs. Now I know I could stop something like that. That kid needed to hurt. Needed to learn his lesson.

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