Tom Holland Comes to the Rescue of a Young Fan in Trouble During Autograph Signing. In true superhero form, Tom Holland intervened when fans rushed him for autographs in New York City and nearly trampled a young fan by the only identifiable name of @NamelessCass.
In the video posted by @NamelessCass to Twitter, the Spider-Man: Far From Home actor can be heard saying “Hey! It’s okay, I got you, I got you!” after she expressed that she was having a panic attack as the fans pinned her against the barricade and Tom quickly threatens the crowd to back off so he could help the young fan.
You can watch the video below.
“It’s okay I got you I got you” @TomHolland1996 🙃
This was absolutely INSANE and should NEVER happen….my neck was literally against the barricade with 30 grown men behind me pushing…. ridiculous how people act like you’re not only endangering fans safety but Toms as well🤯 pic.twitter.com/uey9VVMfBJ
— cass (@namelesscass) June 24, 2019
In the video you can clearly hear @NamelessCass struggle to keep the other fans off of her, but her pleas go unheard by the fans clamoring to get Tom’s autograph as she is thrust into the barricade by 30 grown adults. As soon as Tom realizes what is going on he quickly proclaims “I’m going to throw your s*** on the floor if you keep pushing that girl!” After she says she is having a panic attack Tom immediately responds by pushing the autograph materials out of the way and leaned down to @NamelessCass and says, “Hey, It’s okay, I got you, I got you!” Then turns his attention to the crowd and tells them to move back repeatedly.
It didn’t take long after that for the fans to take the stern instructions seriously, especially after Tom did start throwing their various items for signing onto the ground as he helped to clear the way for @NamelessCass and other young fans that were standing at the barricade.
@NamelessCass was extremely appreciative of the actors help and later posted, “if anyone can just go ahead and tell Tom thank you and I hope to actually meet him and thank him someday it would be much appreciated…”
This isn’t the first instance an actor from the Marvel Cinematic Universe has stepped in to help someone in need, but it is heartwarming to see them step up and be a hero to someone off the screen too. Looks like Tom was just being the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man we all know him to be, and protecting the people of New York City one day at a time.
Photo Credit: Marvel Studios/Sony/@NamelessCass
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