Schwarzenegger responded to being kicked: he would not prosecute the attackers to get back on track

 Schwarzenegger responded to being kicked: he would not prosecute the attackers to get back on track

A tough guy! Schwarzenegger, 71, was kicked in the back by a sneaker and fell to the ground on the spot (Source:)

Schwarzenegger (AFP)

Overseas Network, May 20 (OOCN) - American action movie star and former governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger met with an accident when he attended a public event in Johannesburg, South Africa, 18. A man suddenly kicked him from behind, causing Schwarzenegger to lose his focus, and the attacker was subsequently subdued by security forces. The next day, Schwarzenegger again responded to the incident, saying that he would not accuse the attackers and hoped that the other party would be on the right track.

According to Russian Satellite News Agency and other media reports, Schwarzenegger posted a video of himself participating in activities in South Africa on Twitter the day after the attack, which seemed to be in good spirits. He also tweeted about the 18 th incident. A lot of people have asked me about the attack, but I wont sue him. I hope its a wake-up call, and his life can get back on track. And Im going to move on. Id rather focus on the tens of thousands of great athletes I met at the Arnold African Games.

On the day of the attack, Schwarzenegger also reported safely for the first time: Thank you for your concern, there is nothing to worry about. At first I thought I was being pushed by a crowd, which happened very often. Then I saw the video before I knew I had been kicked. Im glad that fool hasnt blocked my video chat.

The attacker was subdued by security (video screenshot)

On the 18th, Schwarzenegger attended a promotional campaign in South Africa, surrounded by many people. Suddenly, a man kicked Schwarzenegger in the back. Schwarzenegger only stumbled a few steps, but the attacker fell to the ground on the spot, and the security guards immediately came forward to hold him down. At present, the attackers motive is unknown.

Schwarzenegger was born in Austria in 1947. In 1968, he traveled to the United States alone, from Mr. Bodybuilding to Hollywood action superstar, starring in Terminator and The Dead Team and other well-known tough man movies. He also served as governor of California from 2003 to 2011.

In March 2018, 70-year-old Schwarzenegger had a successful heart valve replacement operation in a Los Angeles hospital. His first sentence after waking up was the classic line in Terminator: Im back.

A tough man! 71-year-old Schwarzenegger was kicked behind by a sneaker and fell to the ground on the spot

Arnold Schwarzenegger, an American action star and former governor of California, was kicked from behind by a man while attending a public event in Johannesburg, South Africa. Schwarzenegger lost his center of gravity and staggered a few steps, but did not fall. The man involved fell on the spot and was quickly subdued by security personnel.