(Cleveland) - Charles Ramsey had no idea that when he woke up Monday he'd be one of the most famous people in Cleveland by the end of the day.

He was walking home with dinner when he heard a woman screaming from a home on Seymour Avenue.

"I'm was coming to her rescue because that's what I do. You know why? Because I'm a human being," Ramsey told 610 WTVN's Joel Riley in an exclusive interview.

He says at first he was worried about going up to the house because it was private property.

"If this dude had happened to roll down the street and see me doing this he had every right to blow my head off," Ramsey said.

The home belonged to his neighbor, Ariel Castro. Ramsey says he's been over the home before to drop off mail, barbecue, and listen to music. He said at no time did he ever suspect that there were women being held captive inside.

"We have no beef with him, you know what I mean, because he's a neighbor that keeps to himself - well for obvious reasons," Ramsey said.

He doesn't see himself as a hero and says he just happened to be at the right place at the right time.

"I just want to kiss them all. I have a daughter and I just hope someone would do the same for mine," he said.

Ramsey has been dealing with hundreds of requests for interviews, something he had never done prior to Monday evening.

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