VIRAL VIDEO: Security Guard Strolls In, Casually Shoots Robbers

A security guard casually shot two robbers at a convenience store labeled as Hamilton, NJ 7-11.

Video is going viral which shows a security guard shooting two robbers at a convenience store (video below.)

The video was posted online with the description, "Hamilton NJ 7-11 near Ham West HS." We're still working on verifying the details of the incident.

The video shows two men entered the store and pulled a gun on the clerk. The robbers then jumped over the counter to collect the cash.

Then a security guard casually strolls in and shoots the robbers.

"It's fake! It's fake," one of the robbers shouted.

The security guard responded, "Oh well, mine's real. Get up, put your hands behind your back."

One of the robbers then asked, "Am I shot?"

"Oh f**k yeah," the security guard responded.

We'll keep you updated as more details about this incident are released.

You can see the video of the incident below:

Comments (23)
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The security guard did an outstanding job. Two perps one armed unkn if second shit bag had hidden gun. The guy enter store took the fight straight to these SOB’s. Speaks volumes to
Other shit bags that you will lose your life when you attack buisness owners who have armed security.
So all you liberal anti American right to own gun
Lovers. Proven again for the 1000 time. Good guy with a gun saves the day..

Urban Conservative
Urban Conservative

Such a wonderful story. If only he had more well place "headshots" the usual species of offender would've been PERMANENTLY PUT DOWN. Now we have to provide them "room and board" for for several years.


notice how calm perps were?...just another day to them


Hail, Hail to the new Dirty Harry!
Perp says, "It's fake, it's fake".
Security Guard says "Oh well, mine's real"!
Pure poetry!


That clerk should've run and his in the office the second that kid in the blue hoodie walked in. Nobody who's legit keeps their hood that tightly cinched.
And the guard did a good job (other than keeping two hands on his weapon while firing,) until hejumped over the counter. If the second perp decided to fight for the gun at that point, it could've easily turned into a bad day for the guard.