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Arnold Schwarzenegger Attacked in Africa, Drop-Kicked From Behind

TMZ.com Saturday, 18 May 2019
Arnold Schwarzenegger got roped into a real-life action scene down in South Africa, where he was drop-kicked from behind in a truly bizarre attack. The Hollywood icon was in Sandton Saturday for a sporting event that bares his name -- the Arnold…
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News video: Arnold Schwarzenegger 'Not Pressing Charges' After Being Drop-Kicked

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Arnold Schwarzenegger has updated his fans to let them know he won't be "pressing charges" after a crazed fan drop-kicked him at a sporting event in South Africa.

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