Via CTV News:
A Vancouver man in a wheelchair who stopped a robbery at a convenience store over the weekend says his actions may appear impressive, but he was just doing what his parents raised him to do: help others.
Larry Skopnik was in a Commercial Drive Food Stop on Saturday when a man at the counter became aggressive after the clerk would not accept his suspicious-looking $50 bill.
The man told the female clerk he was going to rob her and then moved behind the counter. Skopnik rolled up, grabbed the man by the torso and, after a struggle that threw him from his wheelchair, the pair fell to the ground. Other store patrons held the suspect until police arrived.