This Guy Tried To Grope The Wrong Woman In An Elevator And He Paid The Price (VIDEO)


Ladies, we’ve all been there, riding in an elevator or otherwise and finding yourself alone with a man you don’t know. It’s always uncomfortable and sometimes for a very good reason. That was the case with this Chinese woman who was alone in an elevator with a man who tried to grope her. Unfortunately for him, he was put down in the most epic way.

The woman is standing in the center of a small elevator, her attention on her electronic device. The man looks her up and down, obviously thinking of trying to force himself on her. He walks up behind her, putting his chin on her right shoulder. At this, the woman turns and says something, moving to the other side of the elevator. The man, apparently a slow learner, approaches again from her left, putting his arm around her. The woman then… well, watch for yourself. It’s brilliant.

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He certainly got what he deserved. The woman leaves the elevator, safe and sound. The man probably hobbled home — when he was able get to his feet — hopefully, to think about his actions.

This video brings up some issues for women. Issues that, sadly, every woman should be concerned with. How do we prevent being a victim? I’m not talking about the stupid crap that certain men tell us: don’t drink, don’t wear slutty clothes, etc. That’s not advice, it’s slut-shaming dressed up in a suit.

No, the things we need to know are things that law enforcement and self-defense experts tell us. Some of these are just common sense, like staying in groups or parking your car under a light. Some things we might not think about, like having a security kit stashed in our car.

Here are some of the things we should know, according to safety experts:

  • Be aware of your surroundings. Situational awareness is very important. Don’t put yourself in a dangerous situation.
  • Don’t get so caught up in your cell phone or tablet that you forget rule #1.
  • At parties, keep your drink in your hand. Never leave it unattended.
  • Don’t walk alone, stay in groups or, if you are alone, near places with people.
  • Stay in well-lighted areas, avoiding bushes, alleys, entryways and, especially, stairwells. Don’t take a short-cut through a park or vacant lot.
  • If a car follows you, turn around and walk the other direction. Walk directly to a place with people; a store, gas station, fire station, etc. Call 911 as you walk.
  • Have your key out and ready so that you don’t have to pause at your door. Which you should shut and lock behind you immediately.
  • Have your key out and ready for your car, if you’re driving. Be sure to check inside; back seats and seat wells are hiding places.
  • If you’re driving alone, never stop to help a stalled vehicle. Call 911 to report them and get help. But keep on driving.
  • If you have car trouble, put the hood up, get back inside, lock the doors and call for help. If someone stops to help, don’t roll your window all the way down. Tell them that you have help coming, thanks anyway.
  • Keep a whistle around your neck if you will be in a possibly vulnerable situation. If you feel threatened, blow that thing. A lot.
  • Fight back. Strangers are looking for an easy mark. If you fight back, you aren’t going to be easy. Hit, bite, scratch… it’s all fair when you are fighting for (quite possibly) your life. If you are grabbed from behind, stomp on the guy’s instep. Make a fist, straighten your arm and drive it into his groin with all your might. The woman in the video went for the guy’s junk and look at his reaction. Don’t fight fair.

You may have seen an article circulating called “Through A Rapist’s Eyes.” While some of the information in that is good advice, it is not true. The list did not come about through interviews with imprisoned rapists. And, though it obviously comes from good intentions, it sensationalizes rape, perpetuates the myth of stranger rape and actually turns responsibility for avoiding rape onto the victim.

Look for self-defense courses in your community. They are often presented free of charge by police departments, schools and businesses. Call your local police department, school office or Human Resources department. Or call your YMCA. You can learn more about finding free self-defense classes here.

The woman in the video was calm, kept her head, fought back and escaped unharmed — while meting out some well-deserved whoop-ass. Hopefully, we can all react like her if we were ever put in a similar situation. Because That. Was. Epic.

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