A wannabe carjacker got the fright of his life in Midlothian, Texas when his intended victim objected.
He was sitting in his vehicle in the parking lot, waiting for his wife to finish shopping, when a man and woman approached his car.
Police identified the suspects as 21-year-old Caleb Michael Jefferson and 17-year-old Niyah Williams.
The man asked the victim, "What's up?" Caught off guard, the victim thought he might know the man, who entered the vehicle and sat beside the driver. A woman got in, too, sitting directly behind the driver.
By then, the victim realized he didn't know the suspects. The man in the passenger seat then reached under his shirt indicating that he had a gun and told the victim, "The next thing you say, you're going to heaven."
Unfazed by the threat, the victim responded by reaching into a bag beside him and pulling out his own .40-caliber handgun. He pointed his weapon at the suspect and said, "Let's go!"
There's more at the link.
Yes, the cops got them. I think that's one of the more perfect responses to criminals I've heard in a while . . .