Sexy heroine kicks knife out of suicidal woman’s hand, becomes online sensation

By | January 29, 2013

Sexy heroine kicks knife out of suicidal woman’s hand, becomes online sensation

An unidentified woman in Guangzhou, who looks like she’s barely out of her teens, has become an online sensation after a display of athleticism and bravery last Saturday (January 5).

At around 8:20 p.m., a woman in her thirties was seen standing on a street corner at Baogang Boulevard waving a knife and threatening to kill herself, Southern Satellite Television reports.

As onlookers gathered round, she became more hysterical and started throwing money around, including 100 yuan and 50 yuan notes as well as small change. By this stage, she was already bleeding out of her hands, according to one witness, Miss Li.

Nobody dared approach the woman but some people picked the money off the ground. Then, a woman, thought to be in her late teens and wearing shorts in spite of the weather, picked up some notes and tentatively approached the hysterical woman, offering to give her the notes back.

As the knife-wielding woman was about to accept the notes, the woman kung fu kicked the knife from her hands with enormous speed and athleticism before both women fled in seperate directions.

Netizens have nicknamed the brave young woman “heroine with sexy legs” due to the length, whiteness and athleticism of her legs.

All of the cash was returned to police and neither woman had been identified as of yesterday afternoon.

via Video: Sexy heroine kicks knife out of suicidal woman’s hand, becomes online sensation | Nanfang Insider.

2 thoughts on “Sexy heroine kicks knife out of suicidal woman’s hand, becomes online sensation

  1. Ian C.

    Real or fake and all awesomeness aside, this scene can be used to tell a story that germinates a culture of “righteous” violence towards others.

    1. Xeno Post author

      I agree. I don’t think someone who wants to kill themselves should be physically punished for it because that would just reinforce their feelings of worthlessness… unless there is some paradoxical anger effect that would cure them of the wrong thinking…

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