When an intruder broke into 74-year-old Margaret Jackson‘s (pictured) home, he soon learned that he would be no match for the fork-wielding woman Houston cops have dubbed the “Gangsta Granny.”
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Jackson says she was alerted to the intruder’s presence when her dog began barking. She peeked out of her window and found a teen in her backyard trying to break in. Figuring she had to get to him before he got to her, she grabbed a pair of scissors and a fork and confronted the intruder.
As he ran off, she struck the him in the neck with the knife.
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“They want to learn how to use the fork, I can teach self defense in the fork,” said Jackson. “He was pushing on me. He turned around. And when he turned around, that’s when he messed up. I got him right in the neck!”
Mrs. Jackson was kind enough to re-enact the scene for ABC15 Houston. It is hilarious! Check it out below.
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