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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 22 Jun 19 12.39am Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by Jamesey

For "the" read "she".

1. Trespassing on a private function for starters.
2. Approaching dinner guests in a manner that might have been violent or even life-threatening.

If that's not enough to begin with, I can't honestly be bothered with blind ignorance.


Ah, so you can be prosecuted for trespass. Someone must have changed the law without telling any Judges.

Or, just possibly, it is you that is guilty of ‘blind ignorance ‘.

And as for approaching dinner guests in a life-threatening fashion, it is true that knives were involved, I believe it was the fish course.

 

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View gambler's Profile gambler Flag Kent 22 Jun 19 1.24am Send a Private Message to gambler Add gambler as a friend

Originally posted by Park Road

Bad boys, stick together
Never, sad boys
Doo doo doo doo doo, woo woo
Good guys, they made rules for fools
So get wise
Doo doo doo doo doo, doo doo doo

Bad boys, bad boys
Whatcha gonna do, whatcha gonna do
When they come for you

 


No one likes me
I don't care

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View dollardays's Profile dollardays Flag 22 Jun 19 2.37am Send a Private Message to dollardays Add dollardays as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

And I would have given her a good shoeing as well.
That's for you cg
f***ing knees up mother brown

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Not as much fun in reality perhaps.

 

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ChrisGC Flag Wantage 22 Jun 19 6.55am

Originally posted by dollardays

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Not as much fun in reality perhaps.

What's this got to do with the price of potatoes?

A pretty typical group tear up with no back story.

At least the bird for Greenpeace got somewhere near her target. You'd still be drafting a letter of engagement outlining your plan of attack before bottling any acceptance of it.

Still waiting on that DM boy.

 

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ChrisGC Flag Wantage 22 Jun 19 7.12am

Originally posted by Mapletree

Ah, so you can be prosecuted for trespass. Someone must have changed the law without telling any Judges.

Or, just possibly, it is you that is guilty of ‘blind ignorance ‘.

And as for approaching dinner guests in a life-threatening fashion, it is true that knives were involved, I believe it was the fish course.

Whatever happened to common decency and manners? Has every other person been dragged up with a sense of entitlement?

Next time you're having a private barbeque/party/whatever, I'll just tip up, gain entry by deception and then storm up to you aggressively and start ranting about what low esteem me and my mates hold you in, all in front of your family and friends.

Don't dare try and restrain me and Chuck me out though, that'll make you the arsehole apparently as I'm not technically braking the law (supposedly).

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 22 Jun 19 7.35am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Mapletree

Ah, so you can be prosecuted for trespass. Someone must have changed the law without telling any Judges.

I'm sure that all the judges are fully aware that aggravated trespass is illegal

Aggravated trespass is a criminal offence, so you can be arrested for it.

You must be doing two things to commit aggravated trespass:
1.Trespassing
2.Intentionally obstructing, disrupting, or intimidating others from carrying out ‘lawful activities’.


 

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View becky's Profile becky Flag over the moon 22 Jun 19 7.53am Send a Private Message to becky Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add becky as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

I'm sure that all the judges are fully aware that aggravated trespass is illegal

Aggravated trespass is a criminal offence, so you can be arrested for it.

You must be doing two things to commit aggravated trespass:
1.Trespassing
2.Intentionally obstructing, disrupting, or intimidating others from carrying out ‘lawful activities’.


Then of course there is 'conspiracy to trespass'. Whilst trespass by a single person is a civil offence, any group of people who conspire to commit it (or any other offence) are committing a criminal one.

 

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View JohnB's Profile JohnB Flag 22 Jun 19 8.20am Send a Private Message to JohnB Add JohnB as a friend

This feels a bit like a referee's decision being lambasted over by the pundits after seeing the slow-mo replay.

His initial reaction was justified in the sense that MP's get death threats on virtually a daily basis and in the current climate, in the heat of the moment, anyone racing towards the stage at a political event is a potential threat.

However, when he realised she was no threat he could have handled it a hundred times better in the escorting her out and manhandling of her.

The problem is, you have no idea how you would react in the heat of the moment in that split second and with the benefit of hindsight and seeing it without the adrenaline, emotion etc of being in the middle of it, it's very easy to pass judgement.

I went to see Frankie Boyle a few years ago at Christmas and a drunk guy dressed as Santa charged at the stage. Frankie Boyle absolutely bricked it and two security guards the size of the Mountain charged at this bloke with twice the force of the MP. Frankie Boyle then got a bit brave and threw out a bit of a lame kick from the edge of the stage that was nowhere near the guy. Had he connected and it made the paper he would have been lambasted in the papers but in the heat of the moment he did what he thought was right. He didn't connect and therefore, it wasn't mentioned anywhere.

Who poses more of a threat, drunk santa or a woman in a red dress? Does it matter, if someone charges you have a natural instinct of fight or flight. MP fought, Frankie flew and then came back for a kick when he knew it was under control. I half expected a couple more security guards to come out on stage so Frankie could do the hold me back routine.

 

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View cardiff eagle's Profile cardiff eagle Flag 22 Jun 19 8.23am Send a Private Message to cardiff eagle Add cardiff eagle as a friend

Originally posted by DanH

Bads lads you lot thinking that physical treatment was in any way acceptable.

Silly thing to say. Sadly, you’re the kind of person who would stand by and watch if something bad was actually happening.

No one should be judged for acting on instinct when threatened. If she hadn’t have charged the room, none of this would’ve happened. It was her fault, not his.

 

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View Henry of Peckham's Profile Henry of Peckham Flag Eton Mess 22 Jun 19 8.38am Send a Private Message to Henry of Peckham Add Henry of Peckham as a friend

Publicity seeking woman gets what she wants.

Poorly organised event shown up for its lack of security. This will not have gone unnoticed by the malevolent dregs in our society.

Poor sap male gets lambasted by lefty wench dykes who are always looking for some reason to pontificate about THEIR social values.

Public life in the UK takes another step backwards.

Bring on oaf Boris the womaniser to take us down to new levels.

 


Denial is not just a river in Egypt

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View DanH's Profile DanH Flag SW2 22 Jun 19 9.36am Send a Private Message to DanH Add DanH as a friend

Originally posted by cardiff eagle

Silly thing to say. Sadly, you’re the kind of person who would stand by and watch if something bad was actually happening.

No one should be judged for acting on instinct when threatened. If she hadn’t have charged the room, none of this would’ve happened. It was her fault, not his.

Instinct is to grab someone round the arms, not throat, you bad lad.

 


Tw@tter:

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View becky's Profile becky Flag over the moon 22 Jun 19 9.46am Send a Private Message to becky Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add becky as a friend

Originally posted by DanH

Instinct is to grab someone round the arms, not throat, you bad lad.

Watch the video PROPERLY, Dan. First he stops her progress by pushing her back against the pillar (not 'slamming her into it, either), then he grabs her arms in a bit of a scuffle to turn her around, then puts one hand on the back of the neck- note - NOT HER THROAT, and escorts her out of the door. By using the back of her neck, both his hands are clearly visible, so there is no possibility of her later claiming to have been touched 'inappropriately' - another favourite ploy these days.

 

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