We all know the Avengers, the X-Men, and the Justice League, but it is the heroes we see in the real world that are an inspiration to us all. An unknown chef at the University of Connecticut stepped up to defend his boss when a drunk college student tried to hurt him over some Mac and Cheese. Skip to about the 6:00 mark in the video to see the chef take down the perpetrator WWE-style. (Warning: explicit language and some mild violence)
The whole encounter followed a story line eerily similar to many films that are popular today. If this were a movie (preferably directed by Michael Bay), the plot might follow something like this:
Not so long ago, on a campus not so far away, the peaceful land of the UConn Food Court prospered. The customers and employees had worked together in harmony for the entirety of their existence. That was before "the Disturbance".
The Disturbance was a foe that nobody in the Food Court had ever encountered before, the embodiment of pure evil and general asshole-iness from the nearby civilization "Frat House". With no morals to speak of, the only motivation driving this villain was the need for some jalapeno and bacon Mac and Cheese. After the manager of Food Court refused to give up their golden, yummy treasure, the drunk antagonist proceeded to attack him both verbally and physically. The nearby civilians began to laugh at his stupidity, even as his confidence grew. For they had a secret weapon.
Chef-man, who trained alongside Batman under the tutelage of Ra's Al Ghul for eight years before being injected with the same gamma radiation that turned Bruce Banner into the Hulk, was waiting and ready. As soon as the entitled little bitch touched his boss, KA-POW! He was down. With the speed of a cobra and the ferocity of a mongoose, Chef-man defeated the foe with the exclamation, "YOU DON'T TOUCH MY BOSS! YOU'RE DONE!" Once the weight of his mistakes hit the drunk kid, he could only curse and regret. It was too late.
Three months later, the finished statue of Chef-man was erected right next to Jonathan the Husky.
Maybe not how it actually went down, but the man is a true hero.