A man in Washington D.C. was looking for easy victims. But when a group of four, brave women fought back, he quickly realized he was in way over his head. According to the surveillance footage, a crook tried to steal cash from Tony’s Breakfast restaurant. The would-be robber dashed up to the front and then tried to snatch that cash at around 6 am. But four female employees refused to let that happen. Putting their lives on the line, because they didn’t know if this criminal was armed or not, they banded together and fought off the criminal.
While the would-be robber thought the restaurant would be easy pickings since women ran it, he bit off more than he could chew when they all attacked him at once.
“We were trying basically to protect each other,” Kay Aimes, one of the four workers, told WUSA.
In the video, watch the four women fight back against the man. In a savage display of aggression, the four women grab his head and then start beating him. But they don’t fight back until he has already jumped over the counter to steal everything the restaurant had earned during their breakfast rush.
Besides Aimes, the other heroic women were Sandra Andino, Justine Choe, and Kelly Shar Khuu.
“At the moment, it was like adrenaline. We were use doing our jobs,” said Choe.
Together as a team of powerful women, they kept the thief from stealing the cash drawer. And now they’re being hailed the heroines that they are.
After realizing that he wasn’t strong enough to win against the four women, the thief fled the scene. He did manage to take $30 with him, which was not a
“I see those two, my young girls, could get beat up by that guy. So I had to do something about it, so my instinct, you know, I just smacked him. And the other lady jumped up,” said Aimes. s bad as the entire cash drawer would have been for the women.
“He didn’t get a chance to take the register because all four of us were holding it,” Aimes said. “Yeah! Women Power!”
The Washington Metropolitan Police are still hunting for the robber. They have asked for the public’s help identifying him. If you know who he is, please call (202) 727-9099 or send a text message to 50411. The police are counting on you to help save the day.
It’s not every day that you see restaurant workers risking their lives to protect their establishments. But that’s what you’ll see in the video below.
Customers are glad to know they’re safe at that breakfast joint. Christine Hayley, a teacher who often eats at Tony’s Breakfast said:
Many people who have watched the video clip have questioned why the man in the back got up and left the four women to fight for themselves. It is unclear who he is and if he is associated with the restaurant.