A father spontaneously knocked out a ‘home intruder’ on the quick call who tried to break into his family home before that went live on Facebook.
Jonathen Abrams, from Pontiac, Michigan, told the news paper the way he had dealt an intruder outside his house-front door moments after his teenage daughter called and said someone had broken in.
He immediately rushed in and spotted the guy outside his home on South Tilden Street.
According to Abrams “the man trying to force his way through the door” of his Waterford Township house.
“He had one arm like this”, and ‘he was doing this and was trying to get in,’ Abrams told Local 4, mentioning how the stranger was forcing the door open and getting in.
Abrams who happens to be a pro, a well-trained boxer and a personal trainer, said his instincts immediately realized the situation they were in.
He ‘punched him immediately out cold’ just before taking out his phone and streaming the intruder’s limp body on facebook.
In the video streamed by him, which was viewed more than 14,000 times in just a short time, Abrams is clearly heard saying ‘if anything happened, everyone would clearly see’ it was not his fault at all.
When police arrived he instantly calls out to them not to shoot the guy and his daughter is saying the man had tried to enter their house.
‘My heart’s racing because I don’t know if he has a knife,’ Abrams says in the footage.
‘I don’t know if he has a gun. I don’t know what he has, but I’m going to protect my family.’
Court records have shown a 32-year-old Jacob Cruz was arrested on Wednesday on a breaking and entering charge.
According to Abrams, ‘I believe Cruz had more sinister intentions.’
‘You were here to snatch a kid,’ Abrams said. ‘You weren’t here for anything else.’
Cruz was not represented by an attorney.