FILE PHOTO: Former California governor and 'Mr. Universe' Arnold Schwarzenegger attends the COP23 UN Local weather Trade Convention 2017, hosted via Fiji however held in Bonn, Germany, November 12, 2017. REUTERS\/Wolfgang Rattay\/Record PhotographJOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - A person struck Arnold Schwarzenegger with a flying kick at a sports activities match in South Africa on Saturday, despite the fact that the actor and previous California governor later reassured lovers that they needn\u2019t fear about him. Schwarzenegger, 71, was once speaking to lovers on the Arnold Vintage Africa, an match showcasing body-building and different sports activities, in Johannesburg when he was once kicked from at the back of. \u201cThere's not anything to fret about. I assumed I used to be simply jostled via the group, which occurs so much,\u201d the superstar of the \u201cTerminator\u201d motion pictures wrote on Twitter, thanking lovers for his or her fear. \u201cI best discovered I used to be kicked after I noticed the video like any of you. I\u2019m simply satisfied the fool didn\u2019t interrupt my Snapchat.\u201d A video of the incident posted via Schwarzenegger confirmed he was once now not felled via the kick. The assailant was once temporarily restrained via a safety guard. Reporting via Alexander Profitable; Modifying via Marie-Louise GumuchianOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Agree with Ideas.