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Weird or unpleasant situations may occur everywhere and to anyone. When people encounter such a weirdly acting man usually try to avoid him and get out of the potential danger.

However, Cameron Cook, age 17, from Boston did just the opposite.
Cameron was with his mother at Target in Boston. While the mother was shopping, Cameron noticed something very strange. He saw a man who was approaching a little girl.

The man was touching himself and he was gazing at the girl. That made Cameron think that something was indeed strange.

Cameron says that the man had a ‘demonic look’ and knew something was very wrong.

His mother insisted they should stay away, but Cameron refused that. He says:

“I seen the guy grabbing himself, and my mom goes, ‘Cam let’s go, keep walking.’ I was like, no, something’s going on,” Cameron told CBS.

Cameron turned out to be a very brave young man. This is something that even his mother did not know.

She was also not aware that Cameron was about to save the girl’s life from a terrible misfortune.

Cameron was taking a closer look at the man. He smelled on liquor. In addition to the constant stare at the girl, we was touching himself in a very unpleasant manner. Cameron decided to act.

As soon as Cameron reached the man, he asked him if he knew the girl. The man’s response was:

“I’m not a pervert! I’m not a pervert!”

to this, Cameron replied:

“I didn’t ask you that, sir.”

Cameron’s persistence paid off. He continued confronting the man. Therefore, the weird man became uncomfortable and he ran out of the store.

Thanks to Cameron, the girl remained safe and sound. If it was otherwise, the girl’s fate would be totally different.

The Boston Police Department also advices the parents to keep an eye on their kids.

For Boston Herald, Cameron says that he does not want a recognition for his action. What he wants to achieve is to inspire others to be brave and confront such people.

He also adds:

“Anybody should just have the courage to stand up. It’s not even about courage, it’s just being a person, a human — anyone can step up and do something like that.”

Watch more details of the story in the vide below:

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