Australia's funniest vigilante
VIDEO BELOW I don't know if it's the diesel fumes or the mystery behind how long that Mrs Mac's sausage roll has been in the pie warmer, but there is something going on at Australian petrol stations that is seeing somewhat ordinary men take extraordinary actions.
An article posted early today highlighted the quick thinking of a young tradie in Melbourne who when in the face of a danger, grabbed a fire extinguisher spraying a dangerous criminal who was attempting to set the fuel bowsers alight.
In January of 2016 what could be called Australia's funniest act of vigilantism was thankfully caught on tape. It was late in the evening, after a night at the pub when Mr James Ross-Munroe & his friend Mr Kane Wiblen decided it would be a good idea to "pop up to the servo to get some noodles".
Upon their arrival at the petrol station they witness a suspicious vehicle pull up & two masked men break into the adjourning Oporto restaurant, well this was something James wasn't willing to let slide. James without hesitation approaches the vehicle & removes the keys from the ignition while his friend Kane called for the petrol attendant to call the police.
Only moments later the thieves run out of the store & jump in their vehicle only to find no keys & a very angry James swinging bunches of punches, the unlikely crime fighting duo even taking chase down the road despite James' "busted plugga".
Here's to the fellas that are willing to step up & do what needs to be done, the world needs more people like you.