Meet Charles Ramsey, who reportedly rescued three women from an alleged captor after they had been missing for a decade. Ramsey told local and national media that he called 911 when he heard one of the girls screaming from inside the house. His televised interview has gone viral. Just one word: Wow.
NEW VIDEO: Cleveland hero: "I knew something was wrong when a little pretty white girl ran into a black man's arms" http://t.co/lBrcU5X9H3
— NewsBreaker (@NewsBreaker) May 7, 2013
The man who says he found the missing Cleveland women is becoming an Internet star. WATCH it here before it's viral: http://t.co/VzaAAoU1bt
— WTOP (@WTOP) May 7, 2013
Neighbor who rescued long-time missing Cleveland girls is a made-for-TV hero, a real character. See for yourself: http://t.co/xtmcbCRrAw
— Ben Bradley (@BenBradleyTV) May 7, 2013
Charles Ramsey. Clevelander. Hero. MVP of the internet for at least this week. God bless you buddy. http://t.co/KrJ7c19ZKi
— okpants (@okpants) May 7, 2013
I am so happy they are alive and safe- can't imagine the horror they've been through. Also Charles- hilarious hero! http://t.co/3oGZmWfaLA
— Heidi (@heid_zz) May 7, 2013
This dude is a true Citizen Hero http://t.co/djYi7JpUzR
— Citizen Heroes (@CitizenHeroes) May 7, 2013
They’re calling him the “Dead Giveaway Guy:”
Cleveland's Dead Giveaway Guy is America's new hero. Here's his official photo. pic.twitter.com/SVsGkMlkQb
— Busted Coverage (@bustedcoverage) May 7, 2013
Somebody Autotune the news and make the song "Dead Giveaway"
— jesty beatz (@jestybeatz) May 7, 2013
"Bro I knew something is wrong when a little white girl ran into a black mans arms! Something is wrong here. Dead giveaway!"
— ender (@notmoochie) May 7, 2013
God bless Good Samaritans.
— Erini Anthopoulos (@erinivictoria) May 7, 2013
Editor’s note: This post has been amended to reflect that the three people rescued in Cleveland are now adult women.