Spider-Man actor Tom Holland brought his superhero powers into real life when he helped a young fan get to safety after she suffered a panic attack while waiting to get his autograph, the Independent reports.

In a video taken by the girl—whose Twitter handle is @NamelessCass—Holland warned the surrounding adult men who are also seeking autographs, “I’m gonna throw all your s*** on the floor if you keep pushing that girl,” he says.

In a series of tweets, the girl shared that while waiting outside of a New York television studio, the large group of men kept “pushing and basically climbing behind us” in order to get to the front of the crowd to speak with Holland when he left the building. She also said that her “neck was literally against the barricade with 30 grown men behind me pushing.”

According to the girl, Holland saw she was starting to have a panic attack and held the barricade up so it wouldn’t collapse. She also posted an image of posters and photographs that she alleged belonged to the autograph hunters, and which Holland threw on the ground.

“My dumbass didn’t even get a pic but… [Holland] calmed me down cause I was legitimately shaking and [he] risked it all for me, so I’m happy,” she wrote.

Last night, Holland appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to discuss both working and working out with his Spider-Man: Far From Home co-star Jake Gyllenhaal.