Man Tries To Break Into House Of BJJ Black Belt’s Dad, Pays The Price

Source: Instagram, splurgeo

Word to the wise: don’t ever, EVER, break into anyone’s house, especially if that house is owned by someone whose son is a BJJ black belt.

That’s a lesson this poor punk learned the hard way when he tried to break into Sergio Hernandez’s father’s house. Hernandez is a black belt under Baret Yoshida.

“This piece of s**t was breaking into my Dads house right now,” Hernandez wrote on Instagram. “He ran down the alley and I caught up to him. I brought him back to my Dads house and then he tried to escape. I threw him to the ground using what little judo I know, then put him in a triangle until the cops showed up. He probably weighed 50 more pounds than me. He said he had a two year old and he didn’t want to be separated from his kid. I felt bad about that. Anyhow, I gotta get to work. I’ll be at Pop’s all day.”

The video below shows Hernandez with the criminal in a triangle choke. Sergio stayed calm, but warned the man that he would be seriously injured if he tried to get up.

Check out the video below:

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