A TV reporter covering Comic-Con San Diego was able to remain calm when a police shootout broke out just yards away.
Jeff McAdam was right in the middle of his broadcast outside the Convention Center on Monday night when all of a sudden gunfire erupted behind him.
The cameraman panned away from McAdam and showed a man hunkered down behind the front of his car, standing up to shoot at the police, before ducking back down.
Luckily, the man eventually gave himself up to the police and no one was reported injured.
That being said, one innocent bystander was actually struck by a stray bullet, but an object in his pants pocket stopped the projectile from breaking his skin, according to reports.
He was taken to a hospital as a precautionary measure and was later released.