Sailor Squad unites to take down man near Lan Kwai Fong, who retaliates by flaunting his back tattoos (Video)

Screengrabs of Joe S’s YouTube video
Screengrabs of Joe S’s YouTube video

Halloween, Lan Kwai Fong, (probably) a couple of drinks and shoving around. Certainly sounds like a recipe for chaos. 

That’s when you need the Sailor Squad to come save the world. Well, assuming they’re not the ones involved in a fight themselves.

Videos of the fight, which is believed to have taken place during the recent Halloween weekend at D’Aguilar Street, near the nightlife district of Lan Kwai Fong, have been going viral.

In one video, a Caucasian man with his mask down can be seen getting rough with a man dressed as anime heroine Sailor Moon.

“Sailor Moon” then appears to hit the Caucasian man on the head. 

A few other men dressed as Sailor Moon’s friends, the Sailor Guardians, as well as a woman, who appears to be the girlfriend of the Caucasian man, step in to try to stop the fight, but they cannot prevent “Sailor Moon” from kicking the man.

The Caucasian man can be seen wanting to hit back, but is pushed down to the ground by “Sailor Venus”. 

He then takes off his top, as if to show off the tattoos on his back.

The Caucasian man looks like he has unfinished business with the “Sailor Guardians” and approaches them again, despite his girlfriend’s efforts to stop him. 

But for the “Sailor Guardians”, it seems like their job is done, and they signal to the Caucasian man to call a truce. 

The video ends there and it is unclear what happened next but we’re hoping the Sailor Squad was able to restore peace.

The video, which is around one minute long, attracted many comments from netizens. 

“Damn sailor moon is real,” said one. 

“Thank you Sailor Guardians for protecting the world again,” another added. 

“These few are real fighters,” said one internet user. 

“My childhood memories are shattered,” another added.

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