Sean Strickland thought that a man had tried to steal the car he was driving at home. He was actually doing what UFC Middleweight Champions do. Strickland was at home, doing what UFC middleweight champions do when he thought a man was trying to steal his car.
Strickland acted quickly, believing that someone was still trying to steal his vehicle. He confronted him with one of the many guns he had. Moments later, a security guard arrived and explained the situation.
Strickland held the drunk man at gunpoint and pushed him to the ground. Eventually, the man was arrested. The entire incident had been captured by security cameras. Strickland shared the video on Monday.
“The guy was drunk and stomping on a girl. A security guard saw it. He jumped into his car and drove away. Security guards followed him. They hit a curb and shredded the tire. He drove on the rim of his car for a while, then tried to hide in my house. Strickland said on Instagram: “I initially thought he had stolen my car.”
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Strickland, in a Sunday post, posted a short video about the incident.