WATCH: Pipe-wielding toddler defends Grandma from law enforcers

/ 03:12 PM April 18, 2016

He may be small in stature, but his spunk kept authorities on their heels—at least for a short amount of time.


A viral video of a chunky 3-year-old boy wielding a steel-metal bar against local authorities has been circling around Chinese social media platform Weibo, since Saturday.

The angered toddler was provoked after urban management officers tried to remove a street stall being operated by his grandmother, according to reports from the Huffington Post.


While the brave youngster could only slur his words, he yelled with all his might, “Don’t touch my grandma! Go away, don’t touch my grandma!” as he pointed his makeshift weapon.

He then forcefully threw the pipe to the ground and glared menacingly at the officers, before one official escorted him away to a nearby couch.

The kid’s wrath, however, continued as he swung his tiny fists at the officer, much to the delight of several bystanders on the scene.

There are no reports on how the boy or his elder relative’s business fared after the incident. Khristian Ibarrola, INQUIRER.net 

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