Masked robbers entered an Internet gaming cafe in Hawaii. They took money from the customers. Then they made a big mistake. They tried to take a Nintendo console away from a customer:
Customers hand over whatever change they have while a suspect punches video monitors at the counter but the cameras are still rolling. That's when the suspect in black approaches Dylan Hays.
"They tried to take his DS, his Nintendo DS and he wasn't having that -- so he came back swinging," said Wolery.
"Then he hit me and I kind of just got angry and I bull-rushed him out there door," said Hays.
"I pulled him down the ground over here, the table got moved and I had him down on the ground he was still hitting me," said Wolery. "Dylan pulls off the guys mask -- he runs out the door -- his friends are outside waiting. Let's get out of here, let's get out of here and we were holding one guy in and still fighting him and the other guys come into the store --pull him out and take off."
Police arrived on the scene about minutes later and arrested the thieves. So why did Hays fight back? Here's the most interesting part of the news story:
"I mean we're gamers, we've been immersed in that culture where like we all want to Superman, you know we're missing something partial in our brain that says yeah this might be dangerous," said Hays.
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