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Freddy Woo writes, "A group of us once staggered home so insensible with drink that we failed to notice someone being killed and buried in a shallow grave not more than 50 yards away. A crime unsolved to this day."

Have you witnessed a crime and done bugger all about it? Or are you a have-a-go hero?
Whatever. Tell us about it...

(, Thu 14 Feb 2008, 11:53)
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Vigilante Santas!
On Christmas Eve about two years ago, me and five mates decided to dress up as Santa and do a pub crawl round the town, and after a couple of hours drinking we were on our way through the town and noticed an rather large group of people gathered outside Boots, so we wandered over like the Santa mafia and had a mooch and there was some crackhead goin nuts at one of the boots staff (a lovely young lady called Sophie as we later found out) and those guy was totally jacked up and REALLY going postal at this poor lass, the crowd of people had gathered to watch! standing at the door watching this twat yelling and (trying) to hit this poor girl! we couldnt believe it! so we pushed our way through and entered the shop and dragged this prick out by his arms and legs and dumped him on the floor outside the shop, to this day i still chuckle about it, this guy is out of his face on drugs and he gets thrown (literally) out of a shop and when he looks up he spots a load of Santas telling him to fuck off and not to come back (or he'd get a piece of coal that year) he got up and ran off round the back of the shop straight into the arms of a copper who had been called previously and was promptly arrested.

Spot on!
(, Thu 14 Feb 2008, 12:57, 4 replies)
Very nice indeed
(, Thu 14 Feb 2008, 13:06, closed)
*click* from me
It fucks me off when there's a massive crowd of people gathered round an event like this. FFS stop gawping and help; there's anough of you!

Top marks for you and your fellow Santas!
(, Thu 14 Feb 2008, 13:29, closed)
I've heard there's a psychology to this sort of thing.
That the crowd want to help, but don't feel able to intervene until someone else does first. And, of course, as they all feel that, nobody does.

Something like that, anyway.
(, Thu 14 Feb 2008, 13:55, closed)
Yep heard that too, goes along the lines of...
The more people there are the less likely someone is to intervene, each member of the group thinks there is annother member of the group better equipped to deal with it. If you're on your own, well it's you or no one, decision makes itself.

Like the image of a Santa Police Force, all police should dress up as Santas.
(, Fri 15 Feb 2008, 11:16, closed)

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