A badass Virginia restaurant owner fearlessly wrestled a gun out of the hands of a would-be robber because she thought the firearm was fake. She realized later that it was very real -- after it went it off in her hand.
Caught on camera: Business owner fights back with robbery suspect
Last week, an armed robber walked into Crazy Wings in Norfolk and pointed a gun at Keqiu Wang, demanding she open the cash register. Wang, who owns the restaurant with her husband, wasn't having it with this punk-ass robber and his fake-ass firearm. She fought back.
Surveillance camera footage shows Wang struggling with the hooded robber, grabbing his gun by the barrel and refusing to let go. The two wrestled behind the counter until Wang's husband came out of the kitchen with a huge knife and slashed the would-be robber in the back, chasing him off.
Wang told WAVY-TV that she thought the gun was fake.
You can actually see the exact moment she realized the gun was very real. Wang examines the gun and points it at the ground. Then she pulls the trigger and it goes off. Not only is the damn thing real, it's loaded.
The robber, 19-year-old Jabri Brown, was later found by police with a slash in his back. He was charged with robbery, attempted robbery, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
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