Four friends who were stake boarders were chilling out at Chinook Mall’s underground stake parade.
It was evening time and they noticed a strange happening around them.
All the four boys suddenly detected a strange man who was holding an inebriated upon his shoulders.
The Lady seemed to be in extreme discomfort and was continuously and was opposing the man as in hostility.
She was walking without lifting her feet and was so much dirty. It was obvious that she wanted to be free of that very condition.
It can be clearly seen that she was not comfortable with that man.
Upon asking and inquiring the man said that he was going to hand over the girl to her father and he was waiting for her father to come and pick her up.
The boys still had doubts in their mind about that situation, the eventually they allow him to pass by while carrying that girl.
Wright said that you do not want to think badly about someone even in the worst condition. Even if you are thinking of something worse, you do not want it to happen with the concerned person. So, you just let go of your thoughts.
Once that man left, the boys perceived that the man along with that lady immediately changed his direction to the stairwell.
It clicked their mind that something was wrong with the lady. They all came in action to save the lady.
When they reached the stairwell they saw that the man was violating the girl.
One of them named, Arnaud Nimeny said that after watching such a scene, a person at that moment does not remain in his senses and becomes shocked. The same situation happened with the boys.
The man fled away after watching the boys. However, the boys did not let him go. They chased him and presented him before the police.
Chief Const. Roger Chaffin gave an award to the brave boys at the Chief Awards Gala.
But, the boys were of the view that they did not do extraordinary things but if anyone else had noticed that they also had taken action on it. They did it on an ethical basis and it is a duty of every person to perform and abide by such duties.
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