What to do here?

Philippines
December 18, 2010 9:23pm CST
The way how things occur can be quite random and days that started great can suddenly turn tides. Its funny how such a great day can turn into something miserable. It's really awful. I mean I was enjoying the day when suddenly someone picks a fight for absolutely no reason. He, suddenly, approached me screaming "What the hell is your problem?" and I was like "Dude, what the hell?" He tried to punch me. Luckily, I was able to evade it, grabbed his arms and pushed him towards the table. I had to ask the owner of the security of the restaurant since I really didn't want any trouble. I don't know much about the guy and I didn't bother inquiring too much about him. Its the first time I've met him I think since I don't remember him at all. IF you were me, what would you do? Did I do the right thing?
3 responses
@joygracia (1328)
• Philippines
19 Dec 10
Yes, I really should say you`ve done the right thing avoiding conflict because on the first place, your not involve. Maybe he just mislead you with someone he hate the most. I had my experience on this and it was about my ex. I was all planning to surprise him and send him sweet messages on his face book account, only to find out that someone had message him telling him he`s the only one for her no matter what. It really sick like hell. That`s when we separated and I don't ever want to see him again. Times like this, patience is the greatest virtue because the more you react with such crap, the more it will be worst. Might as well let it all pass by and let anger or confusions fade our thoughts. Thanks for sharing...
@picjim (3003)
• India
19 Dec 10
I can't see any logical reasoning as you don't even know him.Unless there was a misunderstanding between you and him which you can't remember.In the event of your not knowing him i feel you've opted for the right course of action.I would say its a most unexpected turn and probably the guy has some emotional problems.
@bird123 (10479)
• United States
19 Dec 10
Let him cool down then talk it out. Never ignore a problem.