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LONDON - Youths who tried to snatch a grandmother's purse got the fright of their lives when she turned out to be a former cross-country champion and chased after them, according to report.
Janet Lane, 68, was waiting for a friend on a park bench in Torquay when one of three young thugs grabbed her bag containing her pension, the newspaper reports said on Wednesday.
"I think those boys saw a little old lady and thought I was easy pickings, but there was no way I was going to sit there and let them get away with it," she said.
"Without thinking I jumped up and ran after them as fast as I could. I was screaming at them too. I felt outraged."
She followed them to the grounds of a nearby hotel and caught one of them by the collar.
"He was so afraid he dropped my bag but then managed to wriggle free," said Lane, who was a junior athlete for her county in the 1950s.
The retired nurse, who keeps herself in shape by swimming and walking, reportedly added: "I was delighted to get it back. I haven't run like that since I was a girl. It must have been a bit of a sight."
Police said they were investigating the incident but recommended members of the public do not follow Lane's example.