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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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About a year ago I was in the ladies toilets of a rock bar in town and doing my lipstick in the mirror when a man came in and stood by the door.

He seemed quite drunk so I presumed that he had made a mistake and I directed him to the gents and away he went.

I carried on doing my lipstick and the door opened again. It was the same guy. He just stood there so I told him sharply to get out of the ladies toilets.

He responded to this by punching me in the face and hitting my head against the dryer and then repeatedly kicking me whilst I was down. He then grabbed me by my hair and tried to get me into a cubicle and lock the door.

There was no way that I was prepared to be in an enclosed space with him. I have 6 brothers and I am quite accustomed to getting out of tight grasps/awkward situations so I managed to wriggle free quite a few times.

However, every time I did so (and almost reached the door to my escape) he would grab me again and get me into the cubicle again!

I eventually got free and managed to get through the door and to my dash for freedom

The toilets in the pub are down some stairs so I ran up them and my attacker had to push past me to get away. I tried to grab his leg as he went past (it’s a narrow stairway) but he kicked me back. I ran the rest of the stairs and screamed blue murder.

Some (pretty hard) male friends of mine heard and saw the guy flee and made chase. They caught him up the road (after seeing him throw my purse and mobile – he’d somehow robbed that as well as beating me up and trying to rape me) and gave him what for. They broke his ribs and jaw and although I am not a violent person myself I think he got what he deserved.

I know some people will think it’s wrong to take the law into your own hands but to attack a young woman in a ladies restroom for no reason at all is beyond belief and I dread to think how far he would have taken things had I not escaped.

I just hope it taught him a lesson.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 16:07, 9 replies)
Glad to hear you made it out of there (relatively) unscathed.
Sounds like that cunt got what he deserved, and then some!
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 16:11, closed)
Sounds like he got off light.
I think the perpetrator deserved to be rendered immobile for a few months due to his injuries. Broken fingers/arms and being booted repeatedly in the nuts would not be considered excessive considering what he did.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 16:12, closed)
He deserved a beating
But I'm sure he's tried it again since then. For sure, he won't be caught and sentenced until he's killed someone. And that will be no consolation to the dozens he's molested or robbed in the meantime.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 16:16, closed)
happy to hear you got out. my mrs got rohypnolled at was wandering round a dodgy part of southampton when i caught up with her.

fortunately she got away with it and was pretty much on top of it when whe got in the car and then collapsed.

if i had found the swine that was planning to do what they wanted to her i wouldn't have stopped at broken ribs and jaw. if i hadn't detected something in her tone of voice and driven 45 mins to where she was she wouldn't be here now i am sure.

scary all round. you did good girl.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 16:23, closed)
what a bastard
have a clicky
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 16:53, closed)
He got of lightly...
...in my opinion.

I believe in prevention as a form of punishment for things such as this, use your own imagination.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 17:02, closed)
I don't think responding immediately like that counts as 'taking the law into your own hands'
I think it counts as 'kicking the crap out of a cunt'.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 17:02, closed)
Certainly worh a click.
With a broken jaw he would have been feeling the repercussions of his actions for a long time to come. I do hope that one of your mates had "a quiet word" in his ear about what would happen if he did it again.

What a cunt.
(, Tue 19 Feb 2008, 17:52, closed)
Makes me mad
Glad you are OK -well as Ok as you are going to be after that experience. SF
(, Wed 20 Feb 2008, 13:05, closed)

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