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Why did the man who survived the
London attack come back to the restaurant?
In the aftermath of Saturday
evening's terrorist attac...
Why did the man who survived the London attack come back to the restaurant?
In the aftermath of Saturday evening's terrorist attack in London Bridge, we observed stories of brave hearts trying to save people, generous folks offering stay, food, and ride, and plenty of people who fought back.
Amid all the good that followed this horrifying incidence, here's another story for you to learn about a man's compassion and empathy.
He was one of the regular customers to the restaurant. Everything were planned according to his regular routine but little did he know about the horrifying incident that was waiting to be unfold. Along with other customers who were eating in the restaurant, Richard was suddenly made aware of the attack. Immediately with the help of security he managed to duck, cover and nearly save himself from the attack. But even after one of the most disturbing experiences of his life. He never gave up.
On Sunday, he returned to the restaurant to pay his bill and tip the staff. This shows that nothing could stop the people and they would never accept the defeat in the hands of the Islamic terrorists.
"These people shouldn't win," he said, USA Today reported.
On one hand are the ISIS terrorists who ruthlessly accepts the responsibility for the attack and on the other hand are the English men who are fighting the outcome of the attacks brilliantly. His story gives an idea how great and strong the nation is. No matter how much you try to pull them down by planning attacks on them, they refuse to give up and fight back as strong as possible. This isn't the only story that proves what a good heart and soul English folk are. Another woman saved 20 people in the London attack by barricading a restaurant door and barring a terrorist from entering.