A video from March 2016 went viral on the Internet. The video shows a shirtless and drunk man bullying fellow passengers on a Los Angeles subway train… This video is still as awesome now as it was a year ago.
Adrian Kaczmarek who is also known as “Viking Guy” decides he has had enough when a 25-year-old intoxicated man starts to harass riders at night on an Expo line in Los Angeles.
The video showed that the shirtless man cursed and threatened other people who were near him or in his way, repeatedly warning them not call him a “weirdo.”
One passenger even used his bicycle to shield himself from the bully, but another passenger was not so lucky, and soon found himself cornered with the angry man directly in his face.
But everything changed in an instant moment when another passenger Adrian Kaczmarek or “Viking Guy” in a swift and effective move swoops in behind the man with a headlock and chokes him to unconsciousness on the floor of the train, before standing calmly on top of him.
Other travelers express their delight as Adrian keeps his foot on the man’s chest, repeating the phrase “stay down”.
The bully was unable to move from under the man’s foot on the train traveling from the Crenshaw area to the Culver City Station. He continued to weakly struggle pleading with the man to let him up, but that only earned the reply, “I’m a f***ing cop, stay the f*** down.”
After another moment the train reached the next station and stopped, where law enforcement officials were reportedly waiting to apprehend the disruptive bully who had threatened the other passengers.
Hands down to the guy who stepped up and put this punk in his place!!! The good thing is nobody got hurt!