HR Strange But True!
June 10, 2005

Get-well wishes to Lucious Zylanz, a 72-year-old greeter at the Wal-Mart store in Marietta, Georgia. He is recovering from broken ribs, a punctured lung, and facial injuries after trying to stop a suspected shoplifter's getaway car, according to the Associated Press.

A security guard was chasing the suspect, later identified as Bradley Chapman, out of the store when a security alarm sounded, police said. Zylanz got the suspect on the ground, but Chapman broke free and got into the car with his wife and son.

When Chapman put the car in reverse, police said, the door hit the elderly man, who was still struggling to stop him. Police said Chapman led them on a high-speed chase before he and his wife were arrested in northwest Atlanta.

Source: Associated Press

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