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A man has been captured on CCTV footage tucking into his wings at a restaurant while an armed robbery is underway.
The bloke stayed as cool as a cucumber while the person dressed in a motorcycle helmet calmly walked into the eatery and started demanding people's belongings.
Armed with a small pistol, the bandit embodied the thieves from Pulp Fiction as they went from patron to patron to get their phone or wallet.
People at the entrance to the restaurant fled in terror when they noticed the armed robber, however a bloke sitting down couldn't care less.
He was seen continuing to eat his wings despite the gun being waved around his face. He helped his friend hand over what looked like a phone and then he tossed his own device over in a relaxed fashion.
The final bits of the video show the robber leave as calmly as he arrived and wings guy was still eating despite all the commotion just seconds before. You can peep the whole footage here.
But if you thought that was an impressive display of staying cool under pressure then wait until you watch these South African security guards fend of a hail of bullets on their drive.
The shocking footage showed ex-police snipper Leo Prinsloo, 48, and his colleague fend off an attempted heist of the high-value cargo they were escorting in the armoured Toyota Land Cruiser.
In the clip, would-be raiders ram the truck, hitting it from the side, while Leo desperately tries to drive off.
The attempted armed robbers then open fire on the truck, firing more than 30 bullets at the vehicle with one even shattering the driver's side window.
Yet, somewhat miraculously, Leo remains pretty calm about the whole thing and manages to get out of the dangerous situation.
Despite being hailed as a hero online, firearms expert has downplayed his heroics, saying he and his colleague simply did what was expected of them.
Speaking to the Daily Mail, he said: "I cannot say much as an investigation is underway but I and my fellow guard did what was expected of us. They needed to take us out so they could take out the cargo vehicle.
"But there was no way I was going to let that happen and unfortunately I did not have a chance to return fire."
Police spokesman Brigadier Vish Naidoo said: "The suspects in two cars fired many shots at a security vehicle in a convoy in an attempt to stop it during a high-speed chase in Pretoria.
"The driver of the vehicle managed to evade the robbers but later stopped and got out to wait for the robbers but they fled instead. No arrests have been made as of yet."
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