After months of being harassed by a gang of youths, 64-year-old Diane Bond finally stood up to them while she was walking her dog. The gang blocked her path, and when one boy dared her to hit him, she prodded him in the stomach. For her trouble, the 5 ft. 1 in. grandmother was knocked to the ground by the 15-year-old, breaking her arm. Soon after, Llandrindod, Wales, police arrested her for assaulting a minor.
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