Abdull Oun is 27 years old and has lived in Glasgow, Scotland for 13 years after immigrating there from Tripoli, Libya. He works as a nightclub doorman, but this bouncer is also a hero when he isn’t working!

While he was jogging laps around Kelvingrove Park at 2am one night with his puppy Rocco, he heard a woman screaming for help and rushed to the scene like a boss. He said, “I jumped the gate and ran into the park. I could see the man had the woman pinned on the ground. I fly-kicked him in the face and knocked him out.”
After preventing the attempted rape, Abdull gave the poor woman his jacket because her dress had been ripped during the attack. He wanted her to contact the police, but she insisted on not doing so. Being respectful of her pleads not to contact the cops, Abdull got the lady a taxi and she was on her way home. Safe thanks to this hero!

During his interview about the ordeal, Abdull Oun did reveal more about the attacker. He said the failed rapist was a white Scottish male in his mid 30s, about 5’11” in height with a medium build. He also has the word LOVE tattooed onto the knuckles of his right hand. Abdull added, “He is a coward and a man with no morals. I won’t forget his face.”
Rapists of Glasgow, you’ve been officially put on blast like a boss. If you’re going to try to rape women, Abdull and men like him will be there to dropkick you right in the face!

The victim of the attack didn’t want to be identified, but she did have some kind words for Abdull, “He wanted to contact the police but I begged him not to. He saw my dress was ripped and gave me his jacket. He is a hero, a gentleman and my saviour. It’s like he woke me up from a very bad dream. I just wanted to send out a big thank you for his heroism and hope there are more people like him in this world.”
We’ll leave you with some words from the boss hero himself: “I don’t feel like I am a hero. It’s a man’s job to protect the innocent. If I see a person in danger then I will intervene. I would not want to ignore it and then read the next day that a woman had been raped or murdered.”