When this liquor store clerk was being robbed at gunpoint, he didn't think twice about his next move.
Jon Lewis Alexander, a former military police officer, was working at Beer:30 liquor store in Marionville, Missouri when a man walked in smoking a cigarette. Alexander asked the man to finish his cigarette outside when he pulled out a gun and demanded the store's money.
Alexander acted quickly, pulled out his own firearm and told the man, "You need to get out of here before I blow your head off." He immediately left the store.
Their interaction was caught on the security camera in the store, and Beer:30's owner, Max Dawson, is happy with how Alexander handled the situation.
"I think it's a situation where everybody has to determine what they're capable of handling," Dawson told the local news station. "I wouldn't recommend everybody do it. You have to have a little training to be able to do stuff like that."
After this incident, it's safe to say, no one will ever mess with this veteran again.
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