Top 9 Surveillance Videos of the Week: Martial Artist Takes Down Disruptive Man
Other top surveillance videos of the week include an airborne car, Black Friday shoplifters, a toppling Christmas tree and much more!
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In this week’s Top Surveillance Videos…
There are certain things in the world that are common sense — don’t jump into a lion’s den at the zoo, don’t run with scissors, don’t piss off martial artists.
That last example is exactly what happened at a martial arts studio in Memphis. Surveillance video shows a man enter the building with a bow staff.
The employees let the man hangout by the entrance but he then starts mimicking the class’ movements. Becoming a distraction, the staff asks him to leave but he refuses.
It was the final straw after he yelled at the owner’s wife. The man is taken down by the owner and thrown outside where he was put in a hold until police could arrive.
Also this week…
After watching this footage, you’ll believe a car can fly. Surveillance video from a Florida Ford dealership caught a car launching into the air and flying over dozens of cars before smashing into an SUV.
Authorities say the driver felt dizzy, causing him to veer off the road before going airborne.
Make sure to check out the rest of this week’s top surveillance videos which include a include a gas station assault and robbery, an overexcited dog and more.
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