Thugs On A Train
The identity of a KTM hero who stopped a mother from being robbed is revealed.
BY Jason S Ganesan | May 27, 2016 | Culture
The identity of the 30-year-old man who channelled his inner Samuel L. Jackson and decided that he had had enough of [expletive] thugs on a [expletive] train has been revealed.
News portal TheSun managed to track him down, and found out that he is a human resources manager from India called Samuel, who was in the country to visit his parents.
Last week, righteous man Samuel was on the way home from church when his path was beset by the tyranny of evil men—he saw Reena Peter and her daughter being accosted by an unruly group of robbers.
Fittingly wearing a t-shirt that said ‘Serve All’, Samuel confronted the group and told them to leave Reena and her daughter alone, before they turned on him.
And then he turned on them. Presumably after reciting Ezekiel 25:17, Samuel struck down upon them with great vengeance and furious anger, before the rest of the cretins scuttled away.
In a Facebook posting that has since gone viral, Reena revealed that in their shock, neither she nor her daughter could not ask the “angel” for his name, but managed to snap a picture of him and his righteous moustache.
Samuel told TheSun that he had no choice but to issue a beatdown. “As a Christian, it is my religious obligation to serve a good deed. I had no intentions to earn fame from this, I just wanted to help. Malaysia is my second home and I hope this does not affect tourism in the country,” he added, before riding off into the sunset.
Thing is, if Samuel were given honorary citizenship and relocated to Malaysia, he would affect tourism. Positively.