Sherihan's knight in shining armor turns out to be 13-year-old boy
Sherihan took to Twitter to thank the teenager for saving her life
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Egyptian actress, Sherihan, had a brush with death at one of the protests in Cairo's infamous Tahrir Square this week. But thanks to her knight in shining armor - a 13-year-old boy - the starlet has lived to tell the tale.
Sherihan has done more than her fair share of dabbling in politics, pledging allegiance to the Popular Current Party and publicly criticizing the Muslim Brotherhood. So it's no surprise that she's been getting involved in the anti-Morsi protests that have taken hold of Egypt since Thursday.
The Egyptian beauty said that a 'tear gas bomb' thrown by police landed underneath her feet. Luckily for the star, a brave teenager picked it up and threw it away from where she was standing.
The actress took to Twitter after the protest to assure fans she made it home safe and sound, all thanks to the actions of a 'brave young hero'.