From the NY Post:
Anne Justima, 31, of Jackson Heights, was heading home at around 7:15 p.m. with her husband, Peter, 33, after working on their new restaurant, Tiny Thai, when a knife-wielding lug lumbered up to their black Volkswagen on Madison Avenue between East 71st and East 72nd streets.
"We stopped at the light, and he came right over," Peter recalled. "He was 6-foot, thin."
"Get out of the car!" the crook barked at Anne, who stands 5-foot-3 on her tiptoes.
The creep then forced down the window on the driver's side -- and stuck his long arm in the car.
"He used a knife to cut my hand" and then swiped Anne's iPhone, she said.
Things went from ugly to ridiculous by the time the light changed, the couple recalled -- and the would-be carjacker's luck ran out.
"I said, 'I'm OK -- I'm going to get out of the car, ' " Anne recalled, her hand stinging from the knife wound.
"She kicked him," her proud spouse reported.
But the best revenge was yet to come.
"I'm small -- he cannot fit in my car," she said.
"And I don't think he could drive the stick shift!"
So, stolen iPhone in hand and his tail between his legs, the driving-challenged car thief took off on foot.