Meet Master Lolo, "The Bruce Lee of Car Guards"

(Photos: The Independent)

This is Master Lolo and, yes, he insists that he has no other name. He has a second-degree black belt in karate and knows how to use those nunchucks. He works outside of high-end nightclubs and bars in Cape Town, South Africa. For a fee, he'll make sure that no one steals your car.

Master Lolo is from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In 2008, the government accused his sensei of being a rebel and killed him. Master Lolo fled to South Africa, where he is now in high demand by those who can afford his services. IOL reports:

A ninja has never looked as menacing as when Lolo performs his kata in the street.

“Our training makes us dangerous weapons, but karate is about discipline,” he said.

“You have the tools to kill, but you are disciplined and trained to think before reacting in any situation.”

Waitress Lara Ries, 20, said she feels safe when Lolo is on duty.

Ries said: “He is so cool and calm and the nicest guy you will ever meet. We never knew he was this talented until he showed us and he even tried to teach some of us how to work the nunchucks. He is amazing.”

-via Kevin D. Williamson

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