Men are gathering around the world today to join together and pay their respects to the victims of the Nakatomi Plaza terror plot of 1988.
Dozens lost their lives to the team of German terrorists led by Hans Gruber before police were able to thwart the attack.
And it is in memory of those victims that a minute’s silence will be held.
John McClane, the cop who became a national name for his role in ending the attack, will lead the minute’s silence at Nakatomi Plaza itself.
‘We will never forget those who lost their lives in that heinous plot. We should also never forget that you simply can’t trust the Germans,’ said McClane.
Most men are also expected to watch “Die Hard”, the documentary based on the real life event. They should not be disturbed.