We recently saw a video of Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air") breaking up a fight at a barbershop and today we have a video of Ryan Gosling breaking up a fight on the streets of New York.
Two men were arguing over a painting in Manhattan yesterday as several spectators stood around watching and laughing. The argument soon turned into a fist fight. Gosling quickly dropped his bags and ran over to separate the men. He then pulled one of the men to the side to have a talk with him while also escorting the other man to the sidewalk.
Spectators quickly realized that the person breaking up the fight is "that guy from 'The Notebook'," which resulted in lots of screaming and shaking of the camera. Watch the video below.
PHURBY1984writes: on August 22nd, 2011 at 8:41:53 PM
Lets just stand here for over a minute while this dude gets put into a choke hold...Good job...I guess it was left to this guy to do something...I have to admit its good to see a celebrity doing something positive and not walking out of a club drunk or just being stupid...
At least he didn't pull a Russell Crowe and toss his Blackberry at the guys head, followed by doing a Colin Farrell by beating the living f*ck out of him .... but the fact he didn't get stabbed or shot even shows how Sean Bean Ryan really is.
.... what's this about Carlton stopping a fight ? Did he followup by doing the "Carlton" to a Tom Jones song ?
Ted Mosbywrites: on August 22nd, 2011 at 8:49:14 PM
Ryan has some g-status after that. I love the commentary...
"thats the guy from the movie!"
thank you, that really narrows it down
"ARE YOU SERIOUS!? AM I REALLY FILMING THIS RIGHT NOW"
Ted Mosbywrites: on August 22nd, 2011 at 8:50:24 PM
Who's holding the f*cking camera... Michael J. Fox?!
OMG it is.. OMG it IS him!
Look bitch. Maybe if you giggled a whole lot less, dropped 100lbs (your fingers look like the main trunk of a poplar tree!) and paid attention (besides feeding time), you would actually notice more (unless your eyelids are too fat to open). And when filming with your 'smartphone' dummy... FINGERS OFF THE LENS!!!!