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Woman uses martial arts to ward off groper during jog

By Owen Weldon     Jun 25, 2012 in World
Twenty-three year-old Priscilla Dang used her martial arts skills on two teenagers who approached her and groped her from behind.
Dang fought her way to safety and then fled for safety last Friday, according to Huffington Post.
Dang was enjoying a run over in Vancouver, Washington, when two teens approach her on their bikes. One was a 16 year-old and one was 18. They came up up in front of her, according to Dang, and the teen made eye contact with her. That is when Dang said that the other teen groped her from behind.
According to Herald Sun, Dang has took up Kung Fu for 18 years and her family owns a martial arts school. She used her skills to teach the teens a lesson.
According to the Daily Mail, Dang grabbed one of the teens and told him to say he was sorry. The other teen started to swear at Dang and that is when Dang said she punched him in the face twice because she snapped.
Dang said the teen tried to throw some punches at her but she dodged them. Eventually the teen got out a knife but Dang used his bicycle as a shield until he backed off.
Witnesses called the cops and 18-year-old Josiah Sullivan was arrested and the 16 year-old teen was brought home to his parents. The 16 year-old will be judged by a juvenile prosecutor.
Dang escaped with no injuries. She said that the teens were taught a lesson.
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