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An intruder quickly found out he’d picked the wrong house to break into when a dancing mum fought him off in a viral TikTok video.
Angela Goncalves was filming herself twerking for the camera in her living room when a man was spotted walking through the garden gate in the background.
The clip shows him staring at the oblivious woman for several moments before approaching the house.
He enters the room just as Angela turns around and she’s given the fright of her life.
But the man simply smiles and approaches her. She backs away but then slaps him twice before literally kicking him out of the house while calling him “crazy’.
The brave mum then chases after the stranger before the video comes to an end.
Angela, a nurse who lives in the Brazilian municipality of Paranagua, said her 11-year-old daughter was with her when the break-in occurred on February 17.
“I attacked him with a thousand different things in my mind about what could happen,” she told local media.
Angela filed a report with the police shortly after the incident. She also asked around the neighbourhood, adding: “No one has seen him around here before.”
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She described her resolve to chase the trespasser off her property as a product of her “pit bull instinct”, claiming that she reacted with fight instead of fear.
Angela and her family intend to reinforce the gate to their property to give them extra security and peace of mind so that incidents like this do not happen again.
It is not the first time a TikTok video has taken a terrifying turn.
Last year, a “smiling” intruder was caught on camera breaking into a woman’s home as she filmed a dance video.
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