Although he is 90 years old, the former boxing champion still makes the robber who dares to touch him have a soul.
A 90-year-old man was sitting in his home in Kingston, Yorkshire, England when a stranger knocked on his door and asked for help. This person told him that he injured his leg and asked him to give him first aid. However, as soon as the 90-year-old man turned to get a bandage, the stranger quickly grabbed a nearby wallet and ran away.
Although he had lost track of the robber, the 90-year-old man still jumped in his car and searched every corner of the neighborhood. The robber was eventually discovered while hiding in a nearby supermarket. He rushed in, grabbed the robber by the neck and punched him in the face, demanding his wallet back.
Despite being caught, the robber still stubbornly refused to return the wallet. The 90-year-old man, a former boxing champion and stint in the army, immediately gave the robber a second punch and asked again:
“Want one more shot?”
At this time, the thief lost his mind and took out the wallet and returned it to the old man, after taking another punch.
The robber was identified as Nicholas Norton, 49, who had more than 80 convictions, 44 of which were for theft and robbery. Norton’s behavior this time got him sentenced to 3.5 years in prison.
The former boxing champion said:
“When he took my wallet, I simply wanted it back. He was too stubborn and ran away, so even though he was having problems with blood pressure and bones, I still chased him.”
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