Getting arrested for scaring the residents of a retirement community is not one of the samurai's ways. 

According to ABC Los Angeles, a man who may have been trying to steal tools from a construction site near Leisure World in Seal Beach, Calif. threatened a resident with a samurai sword on Thursday evening. Donald Underdale, who was walking his dog at the time, detailed the encounter: 

"When I finally said stop, he comes off of that bicycle and just calm as can be, he comes off of that bicycle and pulls that sword out and he comes running after me and he says, 'What are you going to do now?'"

The aggressor, a suspected transient named Jason Chad Johnson, was arrested and charged with residential burglary and brandishing a deadly weapon later that evening.  

[via ABC Local]

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