I may be making a massive assumption here, but I reckon that most of you will know the stretch of beach between my hotel and the restaurant/bar La Plage in Goa, India. I also know that many of you will be wondering, worrying even, what my defense strategy is against would-be muggers while walking along the beach at night (despite there being apparently no would-be muggers on said beach).
Well following months of careful analysis and studying the beach from every angle, in every light, and from the perspective of seven different scenarios, I’ve landed on a system.
As soon as I’m approached, I throw one massive over-hand right and then get stuck into the melee that is sure to ensue.
Below is a reconstruction of just what an over-hand right might look like.
Pretty fierce, right? And remember there’s a melee that’s sure to ensue straight after – you just have to get stuck into that and take it as it comes. (I can't do everything for you.)
So, there you have it. It’s not a perfect system, but it’s pretty close.
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