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Teen thugs get just desserts as woman they tried to attack turns out to be martial arts expert
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Two teenagers got a painful surprise last Friday when a woman they tried to attack turned out to be a martial arts expert.
Priscilla Dang was going for a run in a Vancouver, Wash., neighborhood when she was stopped by two teenagers, ages 16 and 18, on bikes, according to KATU.
One of the teens pulled in front of the 23-year-old and "made eye contact with [her]," while the other reportedly groped her from behind.
Little did the alleged attackers know, Dang has been studying kung fu for the past 18 years at the Summit Wushu Academy, a martial arts school owned by her family.
Dang immediately threw the teen in front of her down to the ground and made him apologize, The Colombian reports.
Her martial arts background really kicked in soon after, when the other teen starting calling her an unspecified derogatory term.
The 5-foot-4-inch kung fu expert said something snapped within her and she began punching the loudmouth kid.
"I came up for another one and I got him good, and I think that upset him," Dang told KATU. "I think they knew they messed with the wrong girl."
That's when one of the teens pulled out a pocketknife.
Dang picked up the teen's bicycle and held it in front of her as a shield until two passerbys saw the altercation and called 911, The Colombian reports.
Both teens fled the scene before the police arrived but were later apprehended.
The 18-year-old, identified as Josiah Sullivan, faces charges of fourth-degree assault, while the 16-year-old faces a hearing by a juvenile prosecutor.