Ladywell father punched to the floor in front of wife and child after challenging swearing commuter on London Bridge to New Cross train

Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident

Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with the incident

First published in News News Shopper: Photograph of the Author by , reporter

A FATHER was punched in the stomach and fell to the floor in front of his wife and child after challenging a man for swearing on a train.

The 39-year-old, from Ladywell, was left with cuts and bruises after the attack on a train between London Bridge to New Cross.

The victim had rebuked a fellow passenger for his foul language which took place in front of his six-year-old daughter on August 24 at around 10.17pm.

He was then attacked in front of his family and other commuters had to pull the pair apart.

Police have now released CCTV images of a man – who is believed to have stepped off at Ladywell Station - they would like to speak to in connection with the incident.

PC Alexandra O’Leary said: “This was a violent attack and must have been an intimidating experience for the victim’s family and many other passengers onboard.

“The victim boarded the 10.17pm Charing Cross to Hayes service at London Bridge with his family when he noticed a man shouting and swearing.

“The victim confronted the man about his behaviour which had taken place in front of his six-year-old daughter.

As a result the man punched the victim in the stomach, causing him to fall to the floor. Passengers onboard stepped in to pull the pair apart.

“The victim and his family left the service as it approached New Cross station, but the man stayed on. It is believed he left the service at Ladywell.”

Anyone who recognises the man is asked to contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 quoting background log B3/LSA of 06/11/2012. Information can also be passed anonymously to Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.

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12:12pm Wed 7 Nov 12

zampa says...

Post this weazels face at evey train station up until he got off, he will soon get caught. Only sorry the man got hurt standing up to this excuse for a human being!
Post this weazels face at evey train station up until he got off, he will soon get caught. Only sorry the man got hurt standing up to this excuse for a human being! zampa
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1:20pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Dartbored says...

I've often challenged people on buses and trains - to be fair, it's normally gobby teenagers playing music through their phones - and the thing that annoys me is the lack of back up from other passengers.

Everyone sits there tutting and mumbling, and then when you do challenge the person - everybody hides behind their paper.

Co-incidentally, I also have a six year old kid as and my wife always moans at me for challenging people, saying I'll get stabbed one day - but what other choice do we have as a society - just let these idiots get away with it, and just cower away?

So well done to the dad for having the b*lls to stand up to this lowlife, I just wish more people would.
I've often challenged people on buses and trains - to be fair, it's normally gobby teenagers playing music through their phones - and the thing that annoys me is the lack of back up from other passengers. Everyone sits there tutting and mumbling, and then when you do challenge the person - everybody hides behind their paper. Co-incidentally, I also have a six year old kid as and my wife always moans at me for challenging people, saying I'll get stabbed one day - but what other choice do we have as a society - just let these idiots get away with it, and just cower away? So well done to the dad for having the b*lls to stand up to this lowlife, I just wish more people would. Dartbored
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1:59pm Wed 7 Nov 12

MrsRCullen says...

I think it's disgusting that passengers can't travel safely on public transport. I was mugged for my mobile phone on the same train line on Sunday evening 4th November 2012 & when I got off at charing cross & reported the worker that I reported it too didnt even care! I have reported it to the police, I was right under the CCTV & hope the f%$ker is caught!
I think it's disgusting that passengers can't travel safely on public transport. I was mugged for my mobile phone on the same train line on Sunday evening 4th November 2012 & when I got off at charing cross & reported the worker that I reported it too didnt even care! I have reported it to the police, I was right under the CCTV & hope the f%$ker is caught! MrsRCullen
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2:41pm Wed 7 Nov 12

Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott says...

How nice it would be to do a Charles Bronson Death Wish job on the likes of this scum.

I'm sure that anyone who gunned down a piece of filth like this would be given a standing round of applause by the rest of the commuters.

Unfortunately, if caught 'Bronson' would be sent to prison instead of being given what he really deserved: a very big medal and a knighthood!
How nice it would be to do a Charles Bronson Death Wish job on the likes of this scum. I'm sure that anyone who gunned down a piece of filth like this would be given a standing round of applause by the rest of the commuters. Unfortunately, if caught 'Bronson' would be sent to prison instead of being given what he really deserved: a very big medal and a knighthood! Lord Erastus Theobald Piggott
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2:53pm Wed 7 Nov 12

the wall says...

What a vile little maggot this thing is. Would he have done the same if it was a group of blokes asking him not to swear.
What a vile little maggot this thing is. Would he have done the same if it was a group of blokes asking him not to swear. the wall
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11:09pm Wed 7 Nov 12

andygino says...

Just about sums up the low level anti social sub culture that we increasingly have to put up with on public transport and society in general.

I can guarantee when (or if) caught, with the help of a legal aided barrister, will be full of self pity, unfortunate family circumstances, no money, partner expecting etc.., will get a suspended sentence or fine at the most.
Meanwhile the injured and innocent victim will be left with nothing but humiliation but a lesson not use public transport with the family again.
Just about sums up the low level anti social sub culture that we increasingly have to put up with on public transport and society in general. I can guarantee when (or if) caught, with the help of a legal aided barrister, will be full of self pity, unfortunate family circumstances, no money, partner expecting etc.., will get a suspended sentence or fine at the most. Meanwhile the injured and innocent victim will be left with nothing but humiliation but a lesson not use public transport with the family again. andygino
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11:20pm Wed 7 Nov 12

paulbexleyheath says...

good idea , put his picture in every station and every shop window until hes found. what a ****
good idea , put his picture in every station and every shop window until hes found. what a **** paulbexleyheath
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11:33pm Wed 7 Nov 12

j.j. says...

andygino wrote:
Just about sums up the low level anti social sub culture that we increasingly have to put up with on public transport and society in general.

I can guarantee when (or if) caught, with the help of a legal aided barrister, will be full of self pity, unfortunate family circumstances, no money, partner expecting etc.., will get a suspended sentence or fine at the most.
Meanwhile the injured and innocent victim will be left with nothing but humiliation but a lesson not use public transport with the family again.
i'm not so sure if this a subculture or the new norm.

incidents like this demonstrate how selfish and emotionally unintelligent some people have become. they probably don't even realise that it is not normal for a grown up to have the temper of a 2 year old and they can't cope with the simplest of social situations, such as travelling on public transport.
[quote][p][bold]andygino[/bold] wrote: Just about sums up the low level anti social sub culture that we increasingly have to put up with on public transport and society in general. I can guarantee when (or if) caught, with the help of a legal aided barrister, will be full of self pity, unfortunate family circumstances, no money, partner expecting etc.., will get a suspended sentence or fine at the most. Meanwhile the injured and innocent victim will be left with nothing but humiliation but a lesson not use public transport with the family again.[/p][/quote]i'm not so sure if this a subculture or the new norm. incidents like this demonstrate how selfish and emotionally unintelligent some people have become. they probably don't even realise that it is not normal for a grown up to have the temper of a 2 year old and they can't cope with the simplest of social situations, such as travelling on public transport. j.j.
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9:44am Thu 8 Nov 12

biscuit dunker says...

disgusting nasty oxygen thief i bet he has sons that go around stealing mobile phones on the network to,please someone ID him then lock him up and throw away the key,these people dont mind being criminals as long as no one knows who they are or where they live,
filth!
disgusting nasty oxygen thief i bet he has sons that go around stealing mobile phones on the network to,please someone ID him then lock him up and throw away the key,these people dont mind being criminals as long as no one knows who they are or where they live, filth! biscuit dunker
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9:51am Thu 8 Nov 12

Good To Go says...

Pond life !!
Pond life !! Good To Go
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10:03am Thu 8 Nov 12

Dartbored says...

You’re spot on JJ. There’s a huge number of adults with zero social skills who cannot handle criticism, in any form. They’ve grown up rebelling against everything and everyone and have never been properly disciplined or chastised and therefore don’t know how to cope when a member of the public dares to question their behaviour.

Classic example a few weeks back – I’m stood with my son waiting to use a cashpoint, when the guy using it (in his 30’s) starts swearing loudly when it goes wrong. I ask him to mind his language, as I have my six year old with me, and he mumbles a half-hearted apology. But you could tell he was seething, and then started having a pop at me, shouting that I was stood too close (I wasn’t) and tried to somehow make it my fault!?!

He couldn’t handle me telling him off, even though he was 100% in the wrong.
You’re spot on JJ. There’s a huge number of adults with zero social skills who cannot handle criticism, in any form. They’ve grown up rebelling against everything and everyone and have never been properly disciplined or chastised and therefore don’t know how to cope when a member of the public dares to question their behaviour. Classic example a few weeks back – I’m stood with my son waiting to use a cashpoint, when the guy using it (in his 30’s) starts swearing loudly when it goes wrong. I ask him to mind his language, as I have my six year old with me, and he mumbles a half-hearted apology. But you could tell he was seething, and then started having a pop at me, shouting that I was stood too close (I wasn’t) and tried to somehow make it my fault!?! He couldn’t handle me telling him off, even though he was 100% in the wrong. Dartbored
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11:54am Thu 8 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

" time to say cheerio to the n.s. - pastures new and all that - plus better newspapers around with grown-up commentators "


Who said that ?

Run along now.
" time to say cheerio to the n.s. - pastures new and all that - plus better newspapers around with grown-up commentators " Who said that ? Run along now. Gypo.Joe
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4:53pm Thu 8 Nov 12

toomush2drink says...

The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage.
So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ?
I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened.
Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky.

I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount.

Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything.

Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.
The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline. toomush2drink
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8:02pm Thu 8 Nov 12

2bobsworth says...

to be honest,i wouldnt have spoken up if my wife and kid was with me,incase he did turn violent,u gota put your family first,if the swearing was too much then move to another carridge!

but yes hope he gets caught but you know nothing will happen,just a tellin off or some crap like that!!
to be honest,i wouldnt have spoken up if my wife and kid was with me,incase he did turn violent,u gota put your family first,if the swearing was too much then move to another carridge! but yes hope he gets caught but you know nothing will happen,just a tellin off or some crap like that!! 2bobsworth
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8:53am Fri 9 Nov 12

Dartbored says...

@toomush – I take your point and if I’d had a right pop at him then you’d be right, but I wasn’t aggressive or threatening at all, I politely asked him to mind his language in front of a small child.

If a simple and perfectly justified request like that provokes a fight or flight response then the guy has some serious issues….and one of the issues must revolve around the fact that he isn’t used to being chastised.

I would bet any money that if he ever gets pulled over by the police, gets in trouble with his boss/wife (whoever) he will always go on the offensive, I know too many people like him – when nothing is ever his fault.

Just like the moron in this story.
@toomush – I take your point and if I’d had a right pop at him then you’d be right, but I wasn’t aggressive or threatening at all, I politely asked him to mind his language in front of a small child. If a simple and perfectly justified request like that provokes a fight or flight response then the guy has some serious issues….and one of the issues must revolve around the fact that he isn’t used to being chastised. I would bet any money that if he ever gets pulled over by the police, gets in trouble with his boss/wife (whoever) he will always go on the offensive, I know too many people like him – when nothing is ever his fault. Just like the moron in this story. Dartbored
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9:46am Fri 9 Nov 12

PaulErith says...

toomush2drink wrote:
The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.
I understand what you're saying, and maybe because of the chance of things turning violent, he should have just moved to another carriage. But why should he have to? In a civilised World, one should be able to politely ask somebody to mind their language without the threat of violence. Morals in this country have taken a serious nosedive in the past decade.
[quote][p][bold]toomush2drink[/bold] wrote: The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.[/p][/quote]I understand what you're saying, and maybe because of the chance of things turning violent, he should have just moved to another carriage. But why should he have to? In a civilised World, one should be able to politely ask somebody to mind their language without the threat of violence. Morals in this country have taken a serious nosedive in the past decade. PaulErith
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11:20am Fri 9 Nov 12

Gypo.Joe says...

walkonthewildside wrote:
Gypo.Joe wrote:
" time to say cheerio to the n.s. - pastures new and all that - plus better newspapers around with grown-up commentators " Who said that ? Run along now.
don't let this idiot "joe" or the other usernames used on here get the better of you ... just never argue with an idiot, he will bring you down to his level and beat you with experience! lol
Good morning Karl Nicholas, back again with another sockpuppet I see.

Do we have to mention Wiffin to get you all wound up again and go crying to the editor.

Say hi to Leonie and give her a large one, well everyone else has !!
[quote][p][bold]walkonthewildside[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: " time to say cheerio to the n.s. - pastures new and all that - plus better newspapers around with grown-up commentators " Who said that ? Run along now.[/p][/quote]don't let this idiot "joe" or the other usernames used on here get the better of you ... just never argue with an idiot, he will bring you down to his level and beat you with experience! lol[/p][/quote]Good morning Karl Nicholas, back again with another sockpuppet I see. Do we have to mention Wiffin to get you all wound up again and go crying to the editor. Say hi to Leonie and give her a large one, well everyone else has !! Gypo.Joe
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1:38pm Fri 9 Nov 12

Marty1979 says...

Why should someone have to move because of someone's anti social behaviour?

In days of old there would have been a guard on a train.....
Why should someone have to move because of someone's anti social behaviour? In days of old there would have been a guard on a train..... Marty1979
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3:46pm Fri 9 Nov 12

toomush2drink says...

PaulErith wrote:
toomush2drink wrote:
The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.
I understand what you're saying, and maybe because of the chance of things turning violent, he should have just moved to another carriage. But why should he have to? In a civilised World, one should be able to politely ask somebody to mind their language without the threat of violence. Morals in this country have taken a serious nosedive in the past decade.
I totally agree and also agree why should he have to go to another carriage but its the world we live in just as we have to lock our properties.

Like i have said i have challenged loads like this but i have training in handling these situations along with a strong set of martial arts skills should it get violent, the problem is a knife makes anyone a blackbelt however crap they are with it.
This is a very real risk with far too many willing to carry and use them.

My family is more important to me than taking on battles i cant win which this guy did.
[quote][p][bold]PaulErith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]toomush2drink[/bold] wrote: The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.[/p][/quote]I understand what you're saying, and maybe because of the chance of things turning violent, he should have just moved to another carriage. But why should he have to? In a civilised World, one should be able to politely ask somebody to mind their language without the threat of violence. Morals in this country have taken a serious nosedive in the past decade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree and also agree why should he have to go to another carriage but its the world we live in just as we have to lock our properties. Like i have said i have challenged loads like this but i have training in handling these situations along with a strong set of martial arts skills should it get violent, the problem is a knife makes anyone a blackbelt however crap they are with it. This is a very real risk with far too many willing to carry and use them. My family is more important to me than taking on battles i cant win which this guy did. toomush2drink
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3:46pm Fri 9 Nov 12

toomush2drink says...

PaulErith wrote:
toomush2drink wrote:
The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.
I understand what you're saying, and maybe because of the chance of things turning violent, he should have just moved to another carriage. But why should he have to? In a civilised World, one should be able to politely ask somebody to mind their language without the threat of violence. Morals in this country have taken a serious nosedive in the past decade.
I totally agree and also agree why should he have to go to another carriage but its the world we live in just as we have to lock our properties.

Like i have said i have challenged loads like this but i have training in handling these situations along with a strong set of martial arts skills should it get violent, the problem is a knife makes anyone a blackbelt however crap they are with it.
This is a very real risk with far too many willing to carry and use them.

My family is more important to me than taking on battles i cant win which this guy did.
[quote][p][bold]PaulErith[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]toomush2drink[/bold] wrote: The problem i see with this is the attack could have been avoided by getting into another carriage. So the victim gets into a carriage and hears someone swearing so rather than go to another carriage he confronts the guy ? I have no problem with this as hes doing the right thing but and its big but he cannot cope with the situation if it doesnt go the way he wants and this is what happened. Now if he could handle himself it wouldnt have been a silly thing to do but im sorry considering he had his child and wife with him he should have avoided the confrontation even though morally he did the right thing.He could have easily been stabbed instead of punched,he was lucky. I can handle myself and often do confront people if their behaviour is bad but with my kids in tow its a different matter, their safety is paramount. Also how you confront people makes a huge difference, ive done it loads in my job as a ticket inspector so im used to the crap that goes with it but you have to remember far too many like to use knives so you need to weigh up each situation before you say anything. Dartbored your cashpoint example is a classic example of fight or flight kicking in, the guy has got a massive adrenaline rush hence his ranting at you as uses up the adrenaline.[/p][/quote]I understand what you're saying, and maybe because of the chance of things turning violent, he should have just moved to another carriage. But why should he have to? In a civilised World, one should be able to politely ask somebody to mind their language without the threat of violence. Morals in this country have taken a serious nosedive in the past decade.[/p][/quote]I totally agree and also agree why should he have to go to another carriage but its the world we live in just as we have to lock our properties. Like i have said i have challenged loads like this but i have training in handling these situations along with a strong set of martial arts skills should it get violent, the problem is a knife makes anyone a blackbelt however crap they are with it. This is a very real risk with far too many willing to carry and use them. My family is more important to me than taking on battles i cant win which this guy did. toomush2drink
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10:11am Sat 10 Nov 12

Harry Flannel says...

Luck for this fella Harry wasn`t travelling on that train that night!
Luck for this fella Harry wasn`t travelling on that train that night! Harry Flannel
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10:33am Mon 12 Nov 12

dowhat? says...

i wanna read this piece of garbage has been caught and locked up for ten years lol
i wanna read this piece of garbage has been caught and locked up for ten years lol dowhat?
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7:45pm Mon 12 Nov 12

Marty1979 says...

dowhat? wrote:
i wanna read this piece of garbage has been caught and locked up for ten years lol
If (and a very big if) he actually gets caught, what's the betting he gets community service
[quote][p][bold]dowhat?[/bold] wrote: i wanna read this piece of garbage has been caught and locked up for ten years lol[/p][/quote]If (and a very big if) he actually gets caught, what's the betting he gets community service Marty1979
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