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Thursday, December 3, 2015

When an ungrateful Muslim refugee walked into a convenience store in Helsinki, Finland and saw that a small white girl was on duty, he thought he’d found the perfect opportunity to walk out with items without paying.

Unfortunately for him, however, he turned out to be VERY wrong!

A young woman named Anna was working at the K-Market grocery store when a refugee approached her register and made an inappropriate comment to her. Video footage shows him continue walking past her register without paying for his items, but Anna wasn’t about to let him go without a fight.

According to Mad World News, the footage shows Anna chase the migrant down and snatch the items out of his hands before he flees the store terrified. As the video goes on to show, this is not the first time Anna has fought refugees in the store.

The footage also shows Anna in a standoff with TWO Muslim refugees, the small woman armed only with a bottle of pepper spray. Watch as Anna blocks them from leaving the store, and manages to drag one thug back inside when he tries to flee.

“I’m not scared,” Anna told MV Lehti. “Pepper spray is a strong defense. Adrenaline kicked in, and I just dragged him back inside.”

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Liberals have accused Anna of being “heartless” for “assaulting poor refugees,” but she is quick to point out that they aren’t stealing out of desperation or hunger.

“They do this so brazenly,” she said. “Most often they steal alcohol, which is not a necessity, and not, for example, something essential such as food. It’s frustrating.”

Anna also credits her fighting skills to being raised with brothers.

“But I have two big brothers and father who have something to teach,” Anna concluded.

Keep on fighting, Anna, don’t let those “refugees” get the best of you!

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