A person fought off a carjacker making an attempt to take his car by wielding a jar of Nescafe Gold Blend.
The man, recognized solely as Jason, 48, was at a service station when he was confronted by the opposite man armed with a duplicate handgun.
He demanded he hand over the keys to his Mercedes, however Jason refused.
‘I kind of stepped again and mentioned, “‘No, you’re not getting my keys”‘ he informed 7News.
‘As I kicked him, he struck me on the top of the head with the firearm.’
He fell to the bottom and his jar of espresso smashed, permitting him to make use of the shards as a weapon, the information station reported.
Reflecting afterwards, he mentioned: ‘I think most people probably should hand the keys over, but I’m kind of not one of these folks’.
The attacker stole a pack of cigarettes and made off in a ready automobile – which was brown or maroon and had no registration plates.
Police in Melbourne are actually in search of details about the assault, which occurred within the suburb of Frankston.
They need to communicate to a white man, about 183cm tall, slim, and aged in mid-20s.
It comes after an 11-year-old girl frightened off an armed robber by throwing bread at him at Express Supermarket in Worthing.
The masked man pulled a knife out on the store in West Sussex to threaten workers, however ran away after the girl started utilizing groceries as projectiles.
Police mentioned that he demanded that workers empty the until however the girl noticed him and began throwing no matter she may discover at him together with a loaf of bread and two bottles of squash.
‘After one final unsuccessful try and seize cash from the until, the raider fled empty-handed out of the store.
Detective Constable Noel Simmonds mentioned: ‘There are appreciable dangers any time a knife is used or brandished, and while it’s tempting to only view the spectacle of an armed robber fleeing in panic from a younger girl, if the suspect shouldn’t be caught he could strive once more, and subsequent time somebody might be critically damage.
‘We need to identify the suspect as quickly as possible so we are asking people to view the CCTV footage and stills and to please get in touch with us if you know who did this is or have any information about the incident.’