Who is Angela Gonçalves? Twerking nurse filming dance video beats up intruder after he tried to grab her
'With my docile pitbull instinct, I beat the hell out of him', said the nurse who shared that her 11-year-old daughter was also home at the time of the incident
An intruder realized he picked the wrong house to barge into when the host gave him a welcome that sent him running for his life. Angela Gonçalves, a Brazilian nurse, was recording herself dancing to music at her home in Paranagua, Brazil, on Tuesday, February 23, when the incident happened.
The man, who was caught on Gonçalves's camera lurking outside the property, entered a side gate before entering the home and giving the woman a fright. Both the nurse and the 'intruder' then smiled at each other as he strolled into the home until he showed the audacity to reach out and grab her, only to be slapped away while being chased off the property and being called 'crazy'. "I get scared and act naturally as if I knew him until he reacts with the intentions of grabbing me," she said in an interview with The Sun. "On that, with my docile pitbull instinct, I beat the hell out of him." She said he removed his slippers before entering the house so as to surprise her and even pretended to smile so that he seemed like an acquaintance, but she says she saw through it all.
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Who is Angela Gonçalves?
Gonçalves is a nursing technician at the Secretaria de Saúde do Paraná in the south Brazilian state of Paraná, according to her Facebook profile. "The more sure I am of who I am, the less it matters what you think about me!" says her Facebook bio. The Guaratuba native is a student at Positivo University and a former nursing technician at the Guaratuba City Hall. She trained at the Cedup Joinville, a professional education center. The 40-year-old is married to Wellington C Pauliv. The couple tied the knot in 2019. She has a son and an 11-year-old daughter.
The footage of Gonçalves fighting off the intruder has been viewed over a 1.4 million times on Facebook. The nurse told local media: "I was with my 11-year-old daughter when he came in. I attacked him with a thousand different things in my mind about what could happen.” She was scared he would 'kill her and rape her daughter'. The man hasn't been arrested as yet.
Gonçalves filed a report with the police shortly after the incident, also asking around the neighborhood about the stranger who no one had 'seen around here before.' Goncalves and her family intend to reinforce the gate to their property to give them both extra security and peace of mind so that incidents such as this do not happen again.