Tom Holland heroically came to the rescue of a fan in distress in New York this week.
Tom Holland is currently on the road promoting his latest film 'Spider-Man Far From Home.'
The actor was signing autographs for fans in NYC when a girl in the crowd said she was having a panic attack.
She filmed Holland telling someone he would throw their things on the ground if they did not stop pushing her.
Tweeter @NamelessCass shared what happened:
Other at the scene commented on the mania of it, complaining about the aggressiveness of the "graphers" (people who collect autographs from celebrities to sell later on) there.
I spent over an hour crying because someone dropped something on my shoulder and head so now I have a bruise and a bump and while I was pushed to the ground and being stepped on, zero people tried to help so I couldn’t even pretend to try for my autograph.
— Christina (@CBones705) June 25, 2019
I was there too I was crying because I was happy yet because I was scared. I never would have thought that people way older than me and bigger would be squashing me to the ground. I wasn’t able to get an autograph or a picture. pic.twitter.com/8tZBCgSClm
— Alex.jazz.sed. (@SedJazz) June 25, 2019
i’m so glad people are justly calling out graphers (who are typically older men) because these grown ass adults shove and push teenage girls for an autograph that they’re gonna end up selling on ebay.
— marry | ABOLISH ICE (@marryIopez) June 25, 2019
Many praised Tom Holland for his actions in response to the fan's story.
tom holland has big dick energy and uses it for the right reasons. i knew i was stanning someone who deserved it
— liz 🥯 (@littlebit9043) June 25, 2019
iconic. brilliant. incredible. amazing. showstopping. spectacular. pic.twitter.com/v1VOR1ZGBZ
— irem🕷️💃🏻 (@godtomholland) June 25, 2019