A man being described as a “good Samaritan” was able to stop a massive “giant” of a man robbing groceries from a store with one, well-placed punch, KCAL-TV reported.
According to police, Jose Prado was followed from a Stater Bros. supermarket in Santa Ana, California, with a cartload of items he hadn’t paid for. . .
Video shows Prado, who weighs close to 400 pounds, threatening the employees as he loaded the groceries from the cart into his Toyota pickup in the parking lot. . .
After he seemed to grab one employee and pin him against the car, a much smaller onlooker was able to stop Prado with a hit to the face.
The good Samaritan ran off as Prado fell to the ground — no doubt stunned that he had just been felled by someone so much smaller. However, he was eventually able to recover enough to get into the truck and escape along with a female suspect. (Read more from “Smaller Guy Sees Giant Robbing Store, Lays Him out With Single Punch” HERE)