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Good Samaritan on a skateboard

In among the usual reports of students found lying in their own vomit and being surprised that their laptops were gone from the classrooms they'd left them in several days earlier, the Huntington News reports that when a Northeastern student had her phone swiped at the Ruggles T stop, another student swung into action: He got on his skateboard, chased the punk down and got her phone back:

A security officer reported observing a student riding a skateboard down the Egan Access Road chasing another party and yelling "Stop."

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Whether the skateboarder was a student or not --- good job kid.

I've worked with many kids over he years. Drunk -- high -- or not and usually NOT -- just a nudge or two and miracles happen!

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What can't they do?

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Sean?!

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The dude saw an opportunity to potentially get a date, and possible nookie, by saving the day.

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HATE!

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This just in: bitter virgin posts commentary on news blog... uses the term 'nookie' unironically.

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I was using it ironically, trust me.

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Nothing wrong with that!

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The dude saw an opportunity to potentially get a date, and possible nookie, by saving the day.

Don't knock it and don't kid yourself ;)

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Exactly what a young man should be doing.
Hope his initiative and courage paid off.

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Sometimes good guys don't wear white.

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