Carter Lowe Creator, entrepreneur, and self-care advocate
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How to survive in a mass brawl?

As life shows, even a commando cannot always resist a crowd of scumbags. How to survive in a mass brawl? How to get out of the fight alive and resist the crowd?

What if a mob beats someone up or starts to surround you?

Don't think of yourself as a superhero who can handle a crowd. Call the police or get other people to help. Hit the parked cars to set off the alarm. The owners of the cars will call the police or go out into the street.

Set yourself up for a fight, don't be naively secure. These people will try to hurt or kill you. Maybe they have a weapon they can use. Get ready for a serious fight and do not underestimate the danger of the enemy. Many who underestimated the hooligans turned out to be cripples or blind people.

Use the weapon. If you have a weapon of self-defense, then use it immediately. Spray a can of gas in the direction of the crowd. Shoot from a traumatic gun to kill. Don't feel sorry for the scumbags.

The main thing is not to be surrounded by a crowd of hooligans. Do not go into the crowd to figure out where a blow or a knife can fly from any direction. Always stay away. Don't let the bully's favorite tactic happen when the victim is surrounded by a crowd.

If you find yourself surrounded on all sides by hooligans, then you need to immediately break through and make a passage for yourself. Hit in the groin, jaw and other pain points. Knock down, push and run. There is no shame in running away from the crowd. It is bad to become a victim of scumbags.

It is strictly forbidden to fall in the crowd. Opportunities to rise and escape will be minimal. If he fell, then the scumbags will finish the victim to the end, reveling in their superiority.

Have no pity on opponents. The street is no place for romantic duels. Here you need to beat in such a way as to incapacitate the enemy or scare him. Hit on pain points, knock down, scare with a cry, swear dirty. Use improvised weapons: an umbrella, a stick, a brick, a bottle, or keys held in your hand.

In a street fight, the main thing is to survive. Don't feel sorry for the scumbags. Better to be judged than to be killed or maimed yourself.

But the best fight is always the one that doesn't take place. [eleven].