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Hooligans Insult Man on a Wheelchair, His Brother Teaches Them a Lesson – Subscriber Story

Bettina Dizon
Jun 28, 2021
01:19 P.M.
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Hooligans humiliated and robbed a disabled man who played the violin in the park. He turned for help to his brother, who originally punished the bullies.


Dan had dreamt of becoming a musician all his life, especially after hearing the masterpieces of Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, and many others. To him, it was magical and heavenly to hear such classic pieces.

From then on, he wanted to be capable of such greatness that rippled the world of music, but this time on a violin. The hopeful young man took the first step towards learning from his music teacher in high school, who played the same instrument.

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Soon, Dan played beyond the classroom walls and was discovered. A talent scout offered a full scholarship at the New England Conservatory of Music, which he gladly accepted. To celebrate his acceptance, Dan went out of town with friends.

The young boys challenged each other to jump into the ocean from high cliffs. Unfortunately, Dan accidentally tripped on a rock during the hike to a higher ground that pushed him over the edges.

The talented musician safely got to the bottom of the cliff, but the impact on his back ruptured his spine that caused paralysis. He was never able to walk again and normally live since.


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Dan took his physical therapy sessions regularly to help him move his body regularly, but sadly, he was placed in a wheelchair for life. Still, he played the violin and was escorted to class by one school staff member.


Considering all the difficulty and the resources spent for his treatment, Dan could no longer progress in his violin career and tour with an orchestra. Instead, he returned home to the U.S. and played music for people at the park.

Within two months, people knew of Dan and anticipated his performance by the park. His exceptional talent moved people to donate hefty amounts of money, but when a group of bullies noticed this, they targeted Dan.

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The hoodlums demanded that Dan give them his money for taking their territory, but he firmly refused. As a result, the bullies humiliated him and knocked him over his wheelchair. As they left, members of the crowd were quick to help Jackson.

Thinking it was all over, Jackson returned to the park the next day but was surprised to see that the bullies had returned. This time they poured their drinks all over Jackson and took his hard-earned money once again. The bullies threatened him never to return.

What they did not know was Dan had an older look-alike brother Mike. He was an MMA fighter and mixed martial artist. The protective older brother decided to pose as his brother in a wheelchair and made a trip to the park the next day.


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That afternoon, the bullies were quick to spot the disguised violinist and immediately approached him, laughing at the fact that it was another disabled person they would pick on. One bully said:


“I thought we told you not to come back, you pathetic little handicapped.”

As things began to escalate, Mike slowly stood up from the wheelchair to teach the boys a lesson. His move was met with punches and kicks, but the muscular athlete managed to knock them down, enough to keep them unconscious until the police arrived.

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The real Dan sat back in his wheelchair and quietly played the violin while three boys slept beside him. No one bothered to help the bullies as they all knew the boys were terrible people.

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