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Arnold Schwarzenegger drop-kicked at South Africa event

BBC News Saturday, 18 May 2019
Arnold Schwarzenegger drop-kicked at South Africa eventThe actor tells fans there is "nothing to worry about" after he was attacked at a public appearance.
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News video: Arnold Schwarzenegger Attacked In South Africa While Taking Selfies With Fans

Arnold Schwarzenegger Attacked In South Africa While Taking Selfies With Fans 00:36

Arnold Schwarzenegger was making an appearance for one of his Arnold Sports events in South Africa when he was dropkicked by someone at the event. According to comicbook.com, a video captured the entire event. It shows Schwarzenegger taking selfies with fans when someone comes out of nowhere to kick...

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