A Sydney pizza restaurant employee says he tried to wrestle a gun from an armed robber before being shot in the chest and hand.
Anad Singh, 21, was shot twice while working at a Domino's Pizza restaurant in Wentworthville in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Mr Singh says the armed offender came through the backdoor of the shop and demanded cash.
"Then he took out his revolver and I was afraid because maybe he (would) shoot me or my two other friends," MR Singh told Nine News from his Westmead Hospital bed.
"He fired like four times, the first one was near my ears and then the second one on my chest and the third one on my hand."
With the help of another employee, Mr Singh walked some 450 metres to Wentworthville Police Station.
Police lauded Mr Singh for his bravery.
"It's quite amazing in the fact that he was able to walk and seek assistance," Inspector Matthew Hyde told reporters in Sydney on Sunday.
"He's an extremely brave young person."
Police are still hunting the gunman, who Mr Singh believes may have been affected by drugs.
"He was really out of mind like maybe he took the drugs," Mr Singh said.