Hip-Hop Artist Saves 15-Year-Old Girl From Sexual Assault On Bus

The man heroically came to the rescue of a teenage girl being sexually harassed.

Hip-Hop artist Moise Morancy was traveling on a bus when he saw a drunk man touching a 15-year-old girl sitting next to him inappropriately. Morancy could not just sit and watch so he stepped in.

"So I saw him creeping on the inside of her leg," Morancy said.

"I said if you touch her, you're going to have a problem with me," he added.

A man recorded the incident. Luckily what could have been a tragic encounter was averted thanks to Morancy’s courage.

The police, however, handcuffed Morancy as well as the 36-year-old accused harasser identified as Pablo Levano, but released Morancy after figuring out that he was actually a hero.

A NYPD sergeant thanked Morancy for helping the girl and police to arrest Levano, who is now charged with forcible touching.

"I forget his name, but I want to say 'thank you'," Morancy said. "He said, 'You're a hero' and shook my hand and said I was you 20 years ago and that touched me."

"I had to do what I had to do for the girl," Morancy added. "And I urge other men to step in to intervene when someone's being sexually assaulted. It's disgusting!"

The hero got a rose from the thankful girl a rose as a token of gratitude.


Morancy uploaded the video on Facebook, where it went viral with thousands of shares and several messages appreciating him for saving the girl from a pervert. 

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