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This is the viral moment an intruder enters a woman's home as she films herself twerking, giving her the fright of her life before she chases him off her property:
During the incident, which took place in Paranagua, Brazil, on 17 February, viewers can clearly see the man lurking outside the property before entering and giving Angela Goncalves a shock.
Once Ms Goncalves gathers herself, she chases him off her property, lashing out by kicking him and calling him 'crazy'.
Angela Goncalves told local media that she posted the video of her interrupted dance class to alert other women to the dangers of burglars. The video has since been viewed over 1.4 million times on Facebook.
The nurse told local media: "I was with my 11-year-old daughter when he came in. I attacked him with a thousand different things in my mind about what could happen."
Angela filed a report with the police shortly after the incident. She also asked around the neighbourhood, adding: "No one has seen him around here before."
She described her resolve to chase the trespasser off her property as a product of her 'pit bull instinct', claiming that she reacted with fight instead of fear.
Angela and her family intend to reinforce the gate to their property to give them extra security and peace of mind so that incidents like this do not happen again.
In December last year, a similar thing happened to Hannah Viverette who was filming herself dancing on TikTok when she became paralysed with fear after spotting a man opening her balcony door.
In an emotional Facebook post, she wrote: "I heard my second storey balcony door begin to open. Startled, I immediately moved towards the door to close it, only to realise there was a man behind the force."
Viverette immediately recognised the man, having spotted him hanging about near to her apartment block in Hagerstown, Maryland.
She said she'd been made to feel uncomfortable by the man on previous occasions, but had simply put it down to him 'just being a creep'.
She shared the video, in which she asked the man 'who are you?' and begged for him to 'please get out'.
At that, the man edged menacingly closer to her, asking her, 'Am I your friend?'
She repeated: "No, please get out."
A statement from the Hagerstown Police Department confirmed that 36-year-old Angel Moises Rodriguez-Gomez was arrested on suspicion of third and fourth degree burglary, second degree assault, stalking and malicious destruction of property.
The police force have since asked anyone viewing or sharing the video on the internet to respect the legal process, and stressed that Rodriguez-Gomez is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
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