Can you imagine the kind of day where you're shopping in London, someone robs you and slashes you across the face, and you're helped afterward by Harry Potter? Unreal.
Daniel Radcliffe was one of the people who helped a "very shaken up" tourist after an attack Friday in a Chelsea shopping district. According to the Evening Standard, two men on a moped targeted a 50-something tourist, stole his Louis Vuitton bag, and slashed him across the face.
David Videcette, formerly part of the Met's counter-terror unit, told the Standard he was driving in the area and saw the men behaving suspiciously so he followed them, then lost them. When he returned to the scene, he found Daniel Radcliffe consoling the victim.
"It was a bit of the surreal moment," Videcette told the Standard. "I said 'you're Daniel Radcliffe' and he replied 'I am.' He was a really nice bloke, a lot of stars wouldn't have stopped to help. The victim was very, very shaken up."
A spokeswoman for Radcliffe confirmed he was there, but added nothing further. It could've been him who was robbed and cut in the face, but instead he was just there to comfort that poor unlucky tourist on vacation. If only DanRad really did have a magic wand, he could say "Accio bad guys" and save the day right then and there.
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