Australian man stops arrow with phone while taking photo of attacker

Judy Cobb
March 16, 2019

NSW Police has also confirmed the incident and shared a post on Facebook and wrote about what happened with a man and how his phone become a protective shield for him during his bad phase.

The resident held up his mobile phone to take a photo of the armed man who then engaged the bow and was ready to fire.

A man in Australia has narrowly avoided injury after using his mobile phone to stop an arrow which was sacked at him. A man in New South Wales in Australia seems to have discovered an extra bonus feature of his phone: the ability to stop an arrow.

He noticed another man there, who was known to him, armed with a bow and arrow.

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According to police, the only injury was a small laceration on the victim's chin caused by the momentum of the arrow's impact, which sent the phone flying into his face.

Once police arrived, they took the 39-year-old attacker into custody.

Sadly, his screen protector was no match for the sharpened arrow.

He was taken to the local police station and charged with intent to commit an indictable offence, assault occasioning actual bodily harm and malicious damage. A bail hearing has been set for April 15.

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