Adam Thomas was almost ambushed when a potential thief tried to “wrestle” an expensive bicycle from him in front of his young son.
According to a source, the former Emmerdale actor was outside his Manchester restaurant with his six-year-old son Teddy when someone tried to steal his £ 1,500 bicycle.
The source claimed Adam got an electric bike so that he could deliver in the area.
Adam Thomas almost ambushed
He was “very excited” to have Teddy with him, they said, but things took a “dramatic turn” when a “thug” tried to forcibly take his bike from him.
One of Adam’s restaurant employees rushed to his aid and threw the thief off the bike. The attacker then escaped.
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Speak with The sunThe source said, “Adam got the electric bike so he could make deliveries to town. Lockdown was tough on everyone and he wanted to do what he could to help his restaurant and he was really excited to have Teddy with him.
Thug ‘rang’ bike from ex Emmerdale actor
“Unfortunately, things took a dramatic turn when a thug showed up and tried to wrestle the bike from him.”
They continued, “Everyone was really shocked, but luckily no one was injured and no hospital treatment was required.”
Adam wanted to do what he could to help his restaurant.
According to the newspaper, Adam – whose brothers are former Corrie actor Ryan Thomas and former Love Island star Scott Thomas – did not report the incident to the police.
ED! contacted the actor’s representatives for comment.
Adam isn’t the only celebrity thieves have targeted this week.
Judge cattle targeted by three boys in balaclavas
Last night (Wednesday March 24), Robert Rinder took to social media to reveal that three balaclava-clad teenagers had stolen his phone from him in the street.
The TV judge said he was “in shock”. He described the incident on Twitter as he called on his followers to help him bring the Jobs to justice.
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In a later tweet, Robert said he no longer felt “anger” and instead experienced “overwhelming sadness” about what had happened.
He wrote: “After the anger, I feel an overwhelming sense of sadness for these boys because I have seen where their path is going. In the meantime, we must support, train, and fully equip our brave police officers. “
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