The real heroes of the Sydney stabbing

  • A middle-aged businessman with a chair, firefighters armed with axes and buff British recruiters: The real heroes of the Sydney stabbing rampage Three British men, including two brothers, ran to the scene from their office A brave businessman holding a chair attempted to fend off the alleged attacker Firefighters armed with axes were seen restraining the man while police arrived
  • British brothers Paul and Luke O’Shaughnessy and their friend Lee Cuthbert, as well as firefighters armed with axes and a middle-aged businessman brandishing a chair, stepped in to restrain the alleged attacker, 21-year-old Mert Nay.
  • Mr Cuthbert and brothers Paul and Luke O’Shaughnessy, all from Manchester, tackled the man and pinned his head down with a milk crate until police arrived to make their arrest.
  • Pictured: Accused knifeman Mert Nay, 21, pinned down with a milk crate after being chased by firefighters and British recruiters who heard commotion from their office
  • Mr Cuthbert said Luke, with the help of another man, ‘managed to get him down on to the floor and pin him down’ with chairs and a plastic crate before police arrived.

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