An Australian grandmother gave a 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer
purse snatching thief the proper “act right” that his parents obviously did not give to him.
Grandmamma had just left a tavern, where she celebrated her birthday, when the 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer thief approached her.
Needless to say, Grandmamma didn’t trust him on first sight. Here he is a grown man walking around town at night looking suspect in a red baseball cap while wearing a black and orange shirt and black shorts with flip flops.
Grandmamma took her purse from her right hand and moved it on over to her left hand. As he walked alongside her, the 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer thief tried striking up a conversation with grandmamma. Grandmamma, though, wasn’t interested in any chit-chat. She was just trying to get home so that she could finish celebrating the rest of her birthday.
Seeing that his talking wasn’t working on grandmamma, the 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer thief snatched grandmamma’s purse and then took off back towards the way of the tavern where grandmamma had just celebrated her birthday.
The 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer thief had a big problem, though. He was slow. And his molasses speed wasn’t due to the flip flops he was wearing. No sir. His molasses speed was due to the fact that he ran not like the big bad wolf chasing the three little pigs but like the three little pigs running from the big bad wolf.
Just look at him on that tape, there. Look at him!
That boy runs slower than a 90-year-old man walks. Grandmamma, on the other hand, was chasing after him with the speed and power of a full grown male lion about to do a boar in.
In a matter of seconds, grandmamma caught up with the 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer thief. She pulled him by the back of his shirt and then placed him in a headlock which caused him to fall forward on all fours with his hide high up in the air. Grandmamma grabbed a hold of him with a strong grip, pulling her purse out of his hand while also snatching his shirt off his back.
Recognizing that grandmamma had been doing a little more squats and bench presses than she should be doing,” the 42-year-old flip flop wearing Gen Xer thief gave up on his steal and hauled tailed up out of there.
Grandmamma got some cuts, bruises, and crack ribs during the whole ordeal but she will be all right.