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Alias “Jackie Chan” in Manila Halt Escaping Thief With Spinning Back Kick

MANILA JACKIE CHAN – A concerned resident apprehended a thief allegedly escaping after intercepted it with his spinning back kick.

Local residents in Manila’s Barangay 248 called a man as “Jackie Chan” after he nabbed a fleeing thief with a backward kick. The barangay’s CCTV shows the guards chasing the alleged thief, according to GMA News.

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Victor dela Cruz, who was only a short distance away, noticed the chase and went to the location where he was being pursued. When the thief approached him, dela Cruz raised both hands as “Karate Kid” and let go of the kick.

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The culprit was hit by the spinning back kick and knocked down, allowing the pursuing guards to catch him. It was merely a coincidence, according to dela Cruz, and he was surprised with his kick since the thief had pulled something, so he just dodged it.

RB Beltran, the chairman of Barangay 248, commended dela Cruz for what he accomplished, but warned others not to do what “Jackie Chan” did because it was risky. The leader praised his unusual martial arts skill.

“Naka-monitor ako sa CCTV noon eh so noong nakita ko sabi ko kakaiba ‘yong pamamaraan niya, parang martial arts,” barangay chief said.

“Kung sa tingin nila kaya, okay lang po. Pero kung medyo hindi at may mga armas, mas mainam na ‘wag na lang. Habulin na lang nila hanggang sa makakita ng pulis at sila na ang bahalang humuli,” he added.

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