Boy Meets World actor William Daniels stopped an attempted burglary

Even at the ripe-old-age of 91-years, let it be known that you do not mess with William Daniels, the beloved actor known best for his role as Mr. Feeny on the ABC family sitcom BOY MEETS WORLD. Recently, Daniels put a stop to an attempted burglary at his San Fernando Valley home, while he and his wife, 89-year-old Bonnie Bartlett, were together inside the house marked by vandals.

According to a report by the Los Angeles Police Department, the would-be intruder forced their way through a back door, to which Daniels promptly acted by turning on lights inside the house, spooking their unwanted house guest into fleeing the premises.

"Luckily, Mr. Daniels was able to frighten away the person and the LAPD quickly responded," said THE GRADUATE actor's publicist in a statement to ABC7"They are both well. Mr. Daniels thanks all his fans for their concern."

As a way of celebrating the couple's victory over their would-be burglar, BOY MEETS WORLD actor and inventor of the "Feeny Call," Will Friedle, posted the following tweet: 

In the wake of the unfortunate event, the LAPD stressed that they do not believe that the couple was targeted in the attempt. I suppose the real question now is this: Did Daniels shout the Feeny Call upon flipping the switch, sending a wave of panic into the heart of his trespasser? I sure hope so, and if not, that's okay, too. After all, it strikes me as more of a battle cry than words of warning. Either way, criminals beware, you eff with the Feenster.

Source: abc7.com



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