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Woman Says Masturbating Man On Bike Attempted To Break In, So She Shot Him

A grandmother from Texas was shocked one night last week when she attempted to put out her trash. As she turned to go back into her home, a man on a bicycle began to follow her while doing some obscene gestures.

The woman went into her house and got her gun. When the man went in after her, she shot him.

The woman, whose name is not being released, says that it was about 5 pm on Tuesday when she noticed the man on the bike following her back to her door. He was touching his genital area as he followed her, and then he reportedly exposed himself as he got closer.

The woman rushed into the house and got her gun to protect herself and her 14-year-old granddaughter, who was inside the house at the time and unaware of what was going on out on the doorstep.

When the grandmother got inside and locked the door, the man got off the bike and tried to break into the house. The woman warned him to leave and told him she h ad a gun. The man refused to leave so the woman fired a shot through the door.

The bullet struck the man in the chest. Startled, he got back on his bike and began to pedal away. He didn't get far before he collapsed.

The woman called emergency responders and the man was rushed to the hospital. He is in critical condition, but doctors say he is expected to live.

Homicide detectives questioned the woman about the incident, as well as the granddaughter. The young teen did not witness the incident. Thus far, no charges have been pressed, but police say that they are launching a full-scale investigation to see if either the woman or the man will face charges.

According to police, the man was arrested a week earlier after being caught wandering around the same neighborhood in the nude. He was out on bond when the shooting took place.

“Some guy pulled off his pants and pulled his pants open, playing with his thing,” the woman later said in an interview with KTRK. “And he ran up and I told him to get away from my door, or I will shoot him.”

“And he kept coming and reached for my door after it was locked, so I shot through the door,” she continued. “I don’t bother nobody, I don’t get in nobody’s business... It’s just me and him, and like I keep saying, I warned him.”

It is unclear if the woman's firearm was legally owned, but neighbors agreed that the woman did the right thing.

“Protect your family,” said a neighbor who wished to remain anonymous. “She did what she had to do.”

“Ain’t no telling what else he was going to do or what he’s got,” said another neighbor. “She was protecting her property.”

The culprit clearly picked the wrong granny to mess with; she has a sign outside of her home that reads, "Save the drama for your momma." If he had heeded any of the woman’s warnings, he might have not been in the hospital right now.

Source: Daily Mail
Photos: Click 2 Houston Screenshot

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