An Oklahoma man went from delivering cold ones to delivering justice.


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Brock Nulph, an employee of Pope Beer Distributing, was making his normal rounds at D&T Convenience in Enid, Oklahoma, on Monday when a masked 14-year-old boy attempted to rob the store.

When the clerk ran into the cooler Nulph was stocking and asked for help, he jumped into action, body slamming the suspect to the floor and holding him there for five minutes until police arrived.


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"I had a second to make my decision. That's what I did," Nulph told Clayton Morris on "Fox and Friends Weekend" this morning.

"He had a stick wrapped up, looking like a gun that he had under his sleeve," Nulph explained.

Authorities, citizens and the clerk at Enid's have hailed Nulph as a hero.


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So, what's next for this brave beer guy?

"I'll be there Monday morning," Nulph said.

Any other would-be robbers better think long and hard about knocking over a convenience store in Enid, Oklahoma.

Watch the clip above.


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