Two teens armed with a machete enter a store in Pittsburgh. One of the two teens pull the machete on the store clerk and demanded money, while the other would-be-robber took items from the store’s shelves.
They didn’t expect the owner to turn the tables—as he pulled out an even larger sword. As soon as they saw the clerk’s weapon, they immediately rushed out of the store. One of the two men even dropped items stolen from the store as he ran out of Perry Market.
The whole encounter was caught on surveillance cameras, as the said convenience store had 16 cameras installed in and out of their establishment.
The owner had a gun, but didn’t use it. Seeing the perpetrators had a sword with them, he thought of fighting them off with a similar weapon.