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Random Dude Enters Burbank Martial Arts Studio, Pulls A Sneak Attack On Instructor

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Brazilian jiu-jitsu in action (Photo by superwebdeveloper via the Creative Commons on Flickr)
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A man trying to prove his manhood entered a Burbank martial arts studio and attacked the instructor from behind this week.The 39-year-old teacher was attempting to close Force Balance Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu at 5:30 p.m. Monday when a man approached and inquired about taking a class, The Burbank Leader reports. The instructor went to get some pamphlets from the lobby when the man tackled him from behind.

The teacher grabbed a counter to stop himself from falling, at which point the suspect didn’t wait for him to return with a Judo hold and fled from the studio on the 3100 block of Winona Avenue on his blue mountain bike, going southbound on Ontario Street.

The suspect is described as a 5-foot-8 Hispanic man weighing 180 pounds and wearing a dark sweatshirt. Also he is probably now bragging about being a jiu-jitsu master.