Little boy bravely tells off man who catcalled female runner

Source: Facebook/JuliaPrice
Source: Facebook/JuliaPrice

While out on a run, singer Julie Price encountered what many women across the world do on any given day — catcalling.

She decided to ignore the man who was yelling, “Sexy lady, hey hey hey sexy lady!”

After being ignored, the man she described as “well-dressed” and who “appeared to be on his lunch break from an office job” changed his tune yelling at her, “Eff you, dumb B****!”

Price says in a post recounting the incident on her Facebook page that just when she was about to go over to the man and lay into him a little boy walking nearby with his mother and little sister in a stroller stepped in.

 

I was on my usual running path when I heard an older man yelling loudly enough for me to hear through my headphones. "Sexy lady, hey hey hey sexy lady!" He kept screaming it and I decided to just ignore him and keep running. This ignoring seemed to piss him off so he lashed out and said "eff you, dumb B****!" Now let's keep in mind he was well-dressed and appeared to be on his lunch break from an office job. That was my trigger point. The B word. I ripped off my headphones prepared to stand up for myself when this little boy who was walking alongside his mother and little sister in a stroller looked at the guy and said, "Hey. That is not nice to say to her and she didn't like you yelling at her. You shouldn't do that because she is a nice girl and I don't let anyone say mean things to people. She's a girl like my sister and I will protect her." The man was immediately embarrassed and started gathering his lunch to leave. I asked the mother if I could hug the little boy (his name is James) and I told him how grateful I was for him. He just shrugged and said "Well I just wanted to make sure your heart was okay." According to his mother, this is a typical day in the life of James. Thank you so much to the mothers and fathers who are raising the next generation to be brave and courageous, and to be little earth angels for all. I am so touched.

Posted by Julia Price on Wednesday, 18 November 2015

According to Price he said, “Hey, that is not nice to say to her and she didn’t like you yelling at her. You shouldn’t do that because she is a nice girl and I don’t let anyone say mean things to people. She’s a girl like my sister and I will protect her.”

The little boy named James then told Price, “Well, I just wanted to make sure your heart was okay.”

Price’s heartwarming story has been shared 230 times and has 1,537 likes as of this writing.

 

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