Charles Ramsey, The Man Who Helped Save Those Missing Women In Cleveland, Is Hysterical

Posted: May 7, 2013 by subwaycreatures in Awesome
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Gawker: Charles Ramsey, who helped rescue three missing Cleveland women from the house where they’d been held captive for a decade, is more than just a good Samaritan and hero: He’s also an amazing interview. Ramsey, who lives next door to the house where the women were trapped, gave two lively and captivating interviews to local news affiliates after aiding in their rescue yesterday. Ramsey, off from work, heard Amanda Berry screaming, and came outside to see what was going on: “I’m eating my McDonald’s; I come outside; I see this girl going nuts,” he says. “I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man’s arms. Something is wrong here. Dead giveaway!” Here’s his 911 call, in which Ramsey sounds basically like anyone would if they found out a woman had been kidnapped and held in his neighbor’s house. CLICK HERE  As it turned out, Amanda Berry was the Amanda Berry, a Cleveland girl who’d been missing for 10 years. In the house with her were two other young women, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, who’d also gone missing in the last decade—as well as a young girl, apparently Berry’s daughter. All three had apparently been kidnapped and held, allegedly by the house’s owner Ariel Castro, 52.

These three girls being found are the story of the day and Charles Ramsey may have just stole the spotlight from these women. Absolutely hilarious in an extremely serious situation. Even the part in the text where it says Charles Ramsey, off from work I guess everyone in that neighborhood ‘had off’ considering it looks like a block party in the video. All of the unemployment jokes aside though, I’ve said it once and I’ll say it again–black people are the greatest story tellers of all time. I’ve got example, after example, after example of what I’m talking about. Something about insane, crazy situations that brings out the most comedic moments.

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