Malaysia: Watch the Lilliputian Nepali guard fighting a giant intruder

Picture Credit: DiscoverSJ

In a video standoff, a Nepali guard attacked by a visitor to a condominium in Subang Jaya, tackled the giant civilian with tact bringing him down thus allowing his mates to neutralise the aggressor.

While there are no descriptions in the videos that were posted on the Discover Subang Facebook page.

“The small guard is very good! He aimed for the big guy’s leg and that disabled him completely! Notice he never let go of the legs at all? Dayum little guy well done!!” wrote one netizen.

The Nepali guard won the praise of the majority of the people who commented on the incident.

In one video, it is clear that the giant man who look like an athlete was hesitant in attacking the guard, but he seemed to change his mind when a passer-by tried to intervene to put an end to the stand-off.

The attacker suddenly kicked the guard, who tacked the latter in a move that brought him down, making it easier for other guards to neutralise him and subsequently tying his hands with a wire.

Posted by Discover Subang Jaya on Monday, 17 July 2017

Posted by Discover Subang Jaya on Monday, 17 July 2017

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  1. Dins Andy says:

    Despite facing with bigger and stronger challenger, Nepalis are well known with big balls, never back down until to the end. And that is why country like Singapore, England, India employed them as Gurkhas Guard.

  2. Gerard Ng says:

    Gurkhas next best option..guards from Gurkha land..small size ..NO fear…lucky he cannot carry the MMA guy run loh…haha.

  3. Most ang mo don’t know their place and fuck around when they are in someone else country.

    They need to think with their brain rather than deek. I cripple him if I am those guards. Make sure he walk like a troll in life.

  4. LKY never trust our local to look after our stategic area. He only relied on ghurkhas.The ghurkas taught our Reserves Unit guys their technic of using baton to immobalised intruder or attackers. Hit their knee cap and the culprit is over.

  5. Sas Karma says:

    i cant help to wonder why this stupid government do not allow Ex-Gurkhas to be hired as Cisco guards etc after they retired from their service but instead hired Malaysians and now Taiwanese. Bloody stupid not to get these true and trusted Ex-service men and rehire them. The Nepalese Gurkhas are the bravest of the brave, who will fight and die for the country. Total respect for them.

    1. Anton Chia says:

      Many Nepalese went thru Gurkha selection camps, even at the novice level it is tougher than many elite units in other parts of the world. Caste system is also present in Nepal (not just in India) Most of the Gurkhas are from warrior caste bearing surnames like the house of Gurung, Magar, Rai and Limbu

    2. Sas Karma says:

      these guys you see are actually Nepalese, but not Gurkhas soilders.. even they are not Gurkhas, you can see how much they care and protect the people or residence living there against intruders.

  6. This so called Angmor Mma fighter thought he is king? Serves him right as he started the fight first. Give him maximum jail sentence to teach this idiot a lesson.

  7. Martin Loh says:

    But the little Nepali guard failed to do one thing. Plant his booted foot on the crotch of the MMA wannabe. Had he done that, the culprit could have been immobilized straightaway, and there would be no need for ropes to tie him up.

    1. Martin Loh says:

      The crotch is like any vulnerable part of the body. Talk of pride or suggestion of impropriety is misplaced. In self defence, you hit the vulnerable parts to immobilized the attacker. Simple.

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