WATCH: Toddler defends granny from authorities with steel pipe

2016-04-18 14:11
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Beijing - A Chinese toddler has unleashed his inner warrior against a horde of urban management officers, vehemently coming to the defence of his vendor grandmother, much to the amusement of all onlookers.

The brave toddler, who looks no more than 2 years-old, saw red after a group of “Chengguan” tried to interfere with his grandmother’s street vending operation, Emirates 24/7 reported on Monday. 

The Chengguan are an urban management force that clamps down on illegal street vendors, sanitation, landscaping and parking, Breaking News Ireland reported.

According to Yahoo News, the toddler is heard repeatedly yelling: "Don't touch my grandma! Go away, don’t touch my grandma."

He then grabs a steel pipe and holds it to prevent the bemused Chengguan advancing, before hurling it at them and ending with his chest out, fists clenched.

One officer tries to calm the child down and sit him on a sofa, but he wasn’t having any of it, attempting to kick the officer.

Watch the videos below, both on YouTube:

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