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(Sydney)  —  Three muggers in Australia found out what it’s like to be charged by a group of screaming ninjas.  The three men confronted a 27-year-old German student on a Sydney train Wednesday night, demanding his wallet.  When he refused and got off the train, the three thugs followed him into an alley, where they began assaulting him.  But the muggers chose an alley beside Sydney’s Ninja Senshi Ryu school that trains future ninja warriors.  And — class was in session.  The students’ master instructor saw the attack taking place and promptly dispatched his students to the rescue.  Suddenly, five student ninjas dressed in loose-fitting black outfits charged out of the school screaming and bolted toward the muggers.  Stunned and no doubt with eyes the size of dinner plates, the thugs decided to flee from the charging ninjas.  Sydney police later arrested a 16-year-old and a 20-year-old for the attack.  The third mugger is still running.  One of the rescuing ninjas said of the muggers’ decision to approach the victim in an alleyway, quote, “It was probably the worst place in Sydney where they could have taken him.”


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05-20-2010 02:22:27

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