A New York store owner stood down a would-be robber, then took mercy on the failed thief. Mohammad Sohail was working in the early morning hours last month when a man wielding a bat entered his convenience store. Sohail pulled a shotgun from behind the counter, and the bat-swinging man immediately fell to his knees to beg forgiveness.
Sohail gave it to him.
The store owner gave the man $40 and a loaf of bread. In exchange, the thief promised never to rob another store. Sohail then went to the back refrigerator to get a carton of milk, but the man left before Sohail could give it to him.