Saturday 18th May, 2019, the actor and former governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger attending a competition in South Africa when he was attacked by a fan … who wanted a Lamborghini.
It is a sequence for the least unlikely. Arnold Schwarzenegger took a violent kick in the back as he was attending a jump rope competition in South Africa on Saturday 18th May, 2019.
The 71-year-old movie star and former governor of California was filming a young woman when a man jumped from behind to jump on him with both feet.
The scene was filmed:
Schwarzie barely destabilised
The perpetrator was immediately restrained before being removed from the room and handed over to the police.
But it took much more to bring down “The last rampart” (name of a movie, in which he plays the main role, released in 2013). Arnold Schwarzenegger, who weighs more than 100 kilos, has hardly been destabilised, as can be seen from this angle:
Imagine full speed drop kicking an unsuspecting 71 year old in the back and it doesn’t even knock him down. @Schwarzenegger is a solid wall. pic.twitter.com/ykB1ccb9Yw
— Philip DeFranco (@PhillyD) 18 May 2019
“I thought I was jostled by the crowd”
On Twitter, he was reassured that there was no need to worry.
“I thought I was jostled by the crowd, which happens often. It was only after seeing the video that I realised that I had been hit. I’m just happy this idiot did not interrupt my Snapchat. ”
Thanks for your concerns, but there is nothing to worry about. I thought I was just jostled by the crowd, which happens a lot. I only realized I was kicked when I saw the video like all of you. I’m just glad the idiot didn’t interrupt my Snapchat.
— Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) 18 May 2019
The aggressor … wanted a Lamborghini
According to CNN , the attacker shouted repeatedly, “Help me, I want a Lamborghini. It is not obviously not that way that he will get it.
It would seem, moreover, that this coup was prepared in advance by “an excited fan,” known to the police for similar acts.
Official Statement regarding the unfortunate @Schwarzenegger incident earlier at #ACAfrica2019 #ArnoldSchwarzenegger pic.twitter.com/AMae76ov7w
— Arnold Sport Festival Africa (@ArnoldClassicAF) 18 May 2019
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