So Ryan didn't even bother to try.
Contrast the blubbering Ryan with this guy:
Joe Morici joined the Army right out of high school. After serving his country as a sergeant in a medivac unit for a year in Afghanistan, he came home and he went to work for CVS.
He recently managed a store in Beltsville, Maryland. He says Friday morning his military instincts kicked in when two robbery suspects entered the business. Those instincts got him fired.
Police say the suspects took narcotics from the pharmacy's safe. Morici says fearing for the safety of his customers and co-workers, he pursued the suspects to the front door where one of the suspects attacked him with this screwdriver.
Morici says, "He tried to hit me again with the screwdriver. I disarmed him of the screwdriver, while having the other guy pinned against the one door."
Morici says he even managed to retrieve most, if not all, of the stolen pills during the struggle. The suspects got away....
Morici got fired for that move. Yes, you read that correctly--he was fired by CVS.
Ryan cries about his circumstances (and Sykes repeats the blubbering.)
Other people act and do what's right.