Don’t mess with SuperRena.
It’s been apparent for some time that Serena Williams is superhuman, but she went full-blown superhero this week when she successfully chased down a man who stole her phone.
It seems the whole being “the world’s best female tennis player” thing might just be an elaborate ploy to hide her true identity as SuperRena.
Williams was enjoying a quiet meal with a friend on Tuesday, when a man approached her table and sent her “superhero sense” into overdrive.
“My phone was sitting in the chair but I just didn’t feel right,” she wrote in a Facebook post, which has now clocked an impressive 79,000 likes.
“He was there too long. ‘Is he a customer?’ I thought, ‘Is he waiting on the bathroom?’ Nonetheless I tried to shake his this eerie feeling.”
Soooooo yesterday at dinner the CRAZIEST THING happened to me. I was sitting enjoying some Chinese food (delicious may I add) and this guy stands next to me. It was only 2 of us sitting at a 4 person table just chatting like we have not seen each other in years. Anyways I digress, so this guy is standing next to me and something (I have now dubbed it my SUPERHERO sense) told me to watch him. My phone was sitting in the chair but I just didn’t feel right. He was there too long. “Is he a customer?” I thought “Is he waiting on the bathroom?” nonetheless I tried to shake his this eerie feeling. However, I kept watching him from the corner of my eye. Than when least expected low and behold this common petty thief grabbed my phone and swiftly left. I looked at the chair, than shouted “Omg that dude took my phone!!” Not thinking I reacted (hence the superwoman photo) I jumped up, weaved my way in and out of the cozy restaurant (leaping over a chair or two) and chased him down. He began to run but I was too fast. (Those sprints came in handy) I was upon him in a flash! In the most menacing yet calm no nonsense voice I could muster I kindly asked him if he “accidentally” took the wrong phone. He stumbled on his words probably not expecting this to happen. While he was thinking of the right thing to say and eventually he said “Gosh you know what I did! It was so confusing in there. I must have grabbed the wrong phone.” Meanwhile My phone was ringing, my superhero sidekick quailman was face timing me so he could not possibly deny the allegations. I swiftly thanked him and left. Superhero? Maybe? Or HELL YEA!! I’ve got the speed the jumps, the power, the body, the seduction, the sex appeal, the strength, the leadership and yet the calm to weather the storm. 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! When I got back into the restaurant I received a standing ovation. I was proud. I just showed every man in there I can stand up to bully’s and other men. It was a win for the ladies! Just because you are a… facebook.com/SerenaWilliams/posts/10153788450706834:0
When the thief grabbed her phone and ran off, Williams leapt up in pursuit, and weaved her way out of the restaurant (jumping over a chair or two in the process). “I was upon him in a flash!” she writes. “In the most menacing yet calm no nonsense voice I could muster I kindly asked him if he “accidentally” took the wrong phone.” The man admitted that he may have: “Gosh you know what I did! It was so confusing in there. I must have grabbed the wrong phone.” Basically, it’s a valuable lesson in never trying to outrun a professional sports person and knowing your limitations as a petty criminal (just stick with stealing from the self-service check-out like everyone else, duh*). It’s also clearly unwise to mess with a bad ass Street Fighter enthusiast like Serena Williams.