Real life ninjas stopped muggers
3 guys who decided to follow and mug a student chose the worst place of all to do it. They did it outside Ninja Senshi Ryu, western Sydney’s ninja warrior school!
To make it worse for the would-be muggers, they didn’t realise 1 ninja was in the shadows of the night – you know, just like in the movies. So the lone ninja, seeing this would be a good chance for him and the other warriors to practise their arts, ran inside and alerted the others.
They also failed to notice a ninja, Nathan Smith, standing in the shadows outside the dojo. Mr Smith immediately alerted his sensei, or teacher.
Kaylan Soto, a sensei with 30 years’ Ninjutsu training, and three of his students raced out of the dojo towards the startled attackers. All five crusaders were clad in the ninja’s traditional, all black uniform.
”We would have been just a silhouette,” one of the ninjas, Steve Ashley, said. ”It was probably the worst place in Sydney where they could have taken him.”
Mr Soto said it took the three assailants a few moments to realise what was going on. When they did, they shot off. ”You should have seen their faces when they saw us in ninja gear coming towards them,” he said.
I imagine at least one of the mugger crapped in his pants when he saw all those ninjas came running towards them hahaha. That would’ve made a pretty good scene from an Adam Sandler movie.
Anyway, the ninja failed in arresting the muggers though. They managed to escape only for the police to arrest them a day later.