Man wearing prosthetic leg on physical therapy walk robbed at gunpoint 01/26/2020 9:25 pm PST Comments WDAF via WDAF: ST. LOUIS (WDAF) -- Michael Williams took a walk Wednesday in the 1400 block of Carr Street. “My therapist told me I had to start walking more so I could get used to wearing the prosthetic leg and so I can feel like it is part of me,” he said. “I just feel these hands on my ear. They're just taking my ear pods out of my ear and saying 'Give me everything you got,'” said Williams. The former retail store manager, who now collects $950 a month from disability, said at least one suspect had a gun, so he put his hands up. Police say the thieves took Williams' wallet, phone, watch and headphones. “I don't understand who would rob a physically disabled person,” he said. MORE: Thieves rob Missouri man with prosthetic leg during his physical therapy walk - WDAF #ArmedRobbery #Missouri #Robbery #StLouis #WDAF Related Stories Boy, grandparents grotesquely murdered, burned over business dispute Oklahoma prison worker charged after death-row shakedown Driver tries to jump bridge during police chase, leaves behind prosthetic leg Woman beats man with prosthetic leg when he wants to break up Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.