A robber aboard a Seattle bus figured he had the upper hand because he was armed. He quickly learned how very, very wrong he was.
On Nov. 25, a man identified as 19-year-old Trevonnte Brown held up a bus headed for West Seattle with a gun. After relieving two passengers of their cell phones, the next potential victim turned the tables, attacking Brown. Other passengers joined in, subduing Brown until authorities arrived.
Brown was subsequently arrested and charged with robbery and attempted robbery. The victim uprising was pure karma.