7-11 employee takes matter into his own hands and beats would be robbers with stick until they cry, leaving the store

A 7-11 employee can be seen in a viral video beating a suspected robber with a stick after the man brazenly started grabbing handfuls of tobacco products from behind the counter.

This week, two 7-11 employees were featured in a viral video after they beat a man who stole cigarettes from their California shop with a stick and he started crying for mercy.

Fox Los Angeles reported that a man wearing a blue shirt over his face was seen in the video throwing boxes of cigarettes at a 7-11 store.

Just let him go. The man who filmed the video is heard saying “There’s nothing you can do.” He also adds that workers should not intervene because their insurance will cover any losses.

Can I get a Swisher?” The man who was filming the incident did not get a Swisher.




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The suspect threatened at one point to shoot people inside.

The suspect tried to squeeze past one of the employees, but the two workers locked arms and started to fight. A second employee, with a long stick in hand, approached the suspect with the intention of beating him.




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People walk past 7-Eleven convenience store in New York (iStock)

The man who recorded the incident escorts the suspect out of the shop after he has been struck with a stick several times.

The video was viewed by tens and millions on social networking. Many conservatives retweeted it, saying that the people of America are tired of rampant crime. They also said that progressive jurisdictions have stopped prosecuting some offenses.




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Brit Hume, a senior political expert, tweeted: “This is what occurs when the authorities refuse to enforce or cannot enforce the law, and some citizens decide that they’ve had it.”

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