SuperSerena

When a picture speaks 426 words (the amount of Serena Williams’ caption)

Once upon a time there lived a woman named Serena and, while she was out at a restaurant enjoying some Chinese food, the CRAZIEST THING happened to her. A man, who Serena could sense was up to something, tried to steel her phone.
Yes, while Serena was sat with her friends and Chinese food, her phone lying on the chair next to her, something didn’t feel right. This man was stood next to her for an unsettling amount of time. Was he a customer? Was he waiting for the bathroom?

Then suddenly, when she least expected it, he grabbed the phone. He grabbed the phone and swiftly left.

“Oh my god, that dude took my phone!” Serena shouted. Then instinctively jumped up and weaved her way in and out of the restaurant.

He was running but Serena was just too fast for him and within a flash she was upon him.
Here she kindly asked him, in her most menacing but calm and no nonsense voice, if he ‘accidentally’ took the wrong phone. The man stumbled upon his words in the way ┬áthose caught red-handed do, before saying “Gosh, you know what, I did! It was so confusing in there. I must have grabbed the wrong phone.”

Meanwhile, her phone was ringing. Her superhero sidekick was FaceTiming her so allegations couldn’t possibly be denied. She quickly thanked the man who attempted to steel her phone and walked back inside where she was greeted by a standing ovation.

The moral of the story: Always listen to your superhero inner voice. Always keep your things close! Fight for what’s right. Stand for what you believe in! Be a superhero!

You can find the original here on Serena’s Facebook. Now that our Serena edit has apparently come true, we wonder which other ones will too…

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