Man Saves Woman From Being Raped By Nailing Rapist With A Flying Kick Of Justice

by Sean Levinson

Abdull Oun, 27, of Scotland became a hero straight out of a comic book movie when he saved a woman from being raped last month, knocking the attacker out with a single jumping kick to the face.

According to The Daily Record, the unnamed victim was heading home from a night out in Glasgow's west end on June 15 when a man tackled her as she walked through a park just before 2 am.

He put his hands over her mouth, but she bit him and managed to let out a cry for help.

Oun happened to be jogging around the area with his puppy at the time and heard the woman's screams.

The nightclub doorman rushed to the scene and leapt into the air to knock the rapist out with an awe-inspiring martial arts move.

The woman told the Record,

He fly-kicked the beast off me, which completely knocked him out.

Oun was about to call the police, but the woman told him not to because she didn't want to scare her family.

The attacker had run off at this point. The woman's dress was ripped so Oun gave her his jacket just before hailing down a taxi for her.

She found his driver's license inside the running jacket and contacted him to return the coat and thank him again.

She said,

He is a hero, a gentleman and my savior. It’s like he woke me up from a very bad dream. I just wanted to send out a big thank you for his heroism and hope there are more people like him in this world.

He told the Record that he and his dog, Rocco, were on their second lap of the park when he heard two distinct screams.

I jumped the gate and ran into the park. I could see the man had the woman pinned on the ground. I fly-kicked him in the face and knocked him out.

Oun said the attacker, a white Scottish male in his mid 30s, had the letters "L-O-V-E" tattooed on the knuckles of his right hand.

He was unzipping his pants when Oun arrived.

When asked what his message was for the rapist, Oun told the paper:

He is a coward and a man with no morals. I won’t forget his face.

Oun doesn't feel he did anything special in saving the woman, however, and says he merely did what any man with a soul would have done in the same situation.

I don’t feel like I am a hero. It’s a man’s job to protect the innocent. If I see a person in danger then I will intervene. I would not want to ignore it and then read the next day that a woman had been raped or murdered.

Oun didn't mention whether he had any extensive martial arts training, but we'd feel pretty comfortable walking down a dark alley with someone who has this level of skill.

via The Daily Record, Photo Courtesy: Facebook