After a Thai man secretly tried to film a woman in a public toilet, he was immediately chased and beaten by the victim, who happened to have a black belt in Taekwondo.
On Sunday, a 17-year-old man reportedly entered the ladies’ room at a Japanese restaurant in Chachoengsao district, Thailand, and attempted film a woman in a stable.
The 28-year-old woman, who reportedly works at the restaurant, saw the phone peeking over her booth and immediately chased the man out.
In CCTV video of the incident, the 17-year-old tries to flee on his motorcycle, but the woman catches up with him. After grabbing him, she starts hitting him, punching and kicking the man.
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Although the man knocks the woman down at one point, she immediately makes a backward roll and stands up.
After throwing more punches, the woman runs back to the restaurant while the other employees gather in front. She then takes the man’s phone and shows the evidence to her colleagues shortly before she is said to have deleted the video.
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The woman told media she was furious at what the man was trying to do and used her fighting skills to get hold of the man. The 28-year-old claimed she has won several gold medals in Taekwondo and started learning when she was 7 years old.
His shirt was torn, the perpetrator allegedly told the woman that he… filmed her because he was “drunk and reckless”. The 17-year-old, who hid his face with a hat, spoke to the media and publicly apologized.
The woman warned women to be careful when using public toilets.
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