He hasn't played in the National Football League since 2007, but Tony Beckham proved he can still deliver a hit when it comes to protecting his family.
"I screamed, 'Hey, what are you doing?!' Then he took off running", Beckham told WPEC.
"I waited for a second and I looked again", Beckham said.
"I caught him at the apartment over there and we just had a good conversation", Beckham told WPBF.
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office did not respond immediately to Newsweek 's request for comment.
The man was peeping into Beckham's teen daughter's room; his trousers partly down and he was masturbating, he told the station.
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The suspect, Geoffrey Cassidy, faces charges of lewd and lascivious behaviour with someone younger than 16 in the case.
"I couldn't believe it", he said.
Geoffrey Cassidy, the 48-year-old man whom Beckham had chased, suffered several broken facial bones as a result of the conversation.
His wife, Amanda, said after the "scary" incident she replaced the blinds in her home with darker ones.
"I thought he was a maintenance guy or something, trying to fix something", said Beckham.
"I'm sorry that it happened to him".
He was in the bushes waiting for the auto to "cool down".
"If he was that fearless to do it right here, I know this is not the first time he's done this", Tony Beckham said.