Noe Valley Woman Bear-Sprays Alleged Package Thief

Categories: SF Oddities, WTF?
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Bear spray. Now that's something that will make the holiday season go a little smoother
Ah, nothing says the holidays are here better than a raging Noe Valley woman bear -spraying a man who swiped a (Christmas?) package from her doorstep.

A Noe Valley neighborhood blog posted a two-part video showing a man creeping into an apartment complex, and perhaps picking off a package that didn't belong to him. The second video shows a woman (identified in the blog post as Sonya) chasing after the package thief. She claims to have doused him with bear spray, after which she went upstairs and bragged about it on Twitter.

Here's a few of Sonya's Tweets that were later posted on the blog:
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via Noe Valley SF
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via Noe Valley SF

But not everyone was as proud of Sonya as she was of herself. Some readers commented that dousing the man with bear spray (which is strong enough to keep a grizzly at bay) was nothing short of acting like a Texan.

Per the blog:
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8 comments
meatsack
meatsack

When out doing crime one should expect the possibility of it going bad.  Getting sprayed is probably better than many other bad results.

TWAT
TWAT

awesome. I hate f'in thieves.

NorCal Crowe
NorCal Crowe

I wish she would have unloaded both barrels of a side by side shotgun into him! But bear spray is a more moderate approach. Hope his f$#%ng mouth was open!!!

Dee Dee Russell
Dee Dee Russell

Bravo! If that had happened back in my hometown he would have been shot he got off lucky! The BUM.

Miranda Guy
Miranda Guy

Bravo to her. I was robbed at gunpoint sunday night. So fuck that assault crap. Try being victimized. Then tell me how you would defend yourself

kika
kika

She addmited to baiting him.  Used bear spray which is a federal offense to use on a person.  Not smart.

Mtbkgrl
Mtbkgrl

@TheSnitchSF @sonyayu What makes her an asshole is "blow torch prime rib". Oh, and his witty bitty knifey she saw.

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