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Mojocvh

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14,750 posts

146 months

singlecoil

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130 months

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I expect some cyclists will be along shortly to say it was the woman's fault.

stuttgartmetal

6,775 posts

100 months

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Whats she doing getting out of the car in the first place?
Half a story, lets hear the other half.

Motorrad

5,045 posts

71 months

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Him punching her in the head and leaving her with a perforated eardrum means we don't need to hear the other half of the story.

What a big man 'athletic build' and goes round punching some woman in the head.

btw I'm a cyclist amongst other things and even when people have done things that have endangered my life I haven't felt like punching them in the head.

Meoricin

2,611 posts

53 months

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Why is it relevant that he happened to be cycling before the assault? Trying to stir up arguments by creating these 'opposing groups' such as motorists/cyclists/bikers is pathetic. People are people, their mode of transport doesn't define their character.
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okgo

23,050 posts

82 months

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Agree meorcin.

Typical sensationalist st. But it's a that hits a woman that hard.

Spitfire2

1,347 posts

70 months

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okgo said:
that hard.
?????

Pothole

20,204 posts

166 months

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Might not have been that hard, not that I advocate punching women.

This concerns me: "the woman thought she had collided with him and pulled over"

If she couldn't even tell whether she'd hit him or not, perhaps her car should be checked for evidence of other hit and runs...

Mr GrimNasty

3,756 posts

54 months

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Well I was going to be the voice of impartiality, then I read:

"He is described as being white, between 30 to 35 years old, and of athletic build. He was wearing dark or purple leggings with neon flashes on the side, a black and grey helmet, and he was riding what has been described as a hybrid-type bike."

Hang him.

okgo

23,050 posts

82 months

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Spitfire2 said:
?????
hehe

Noger

7,009 posts

133 months

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Pothole said:
If she couldn't even tell whether she'd hit him or not, perhaps her car should be checked for evidence of other hit and runs...
Other hit and runs where she got out of the car ?

Noger

7,009 posts

133 months

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Meoricin said:
People are people, their mode of transport doesn't define their character.
No, they were probably tts before they bought their bikes smile

Busa_Rush

5,118 posts

135 months

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Meoricin said:
Why is it relevant that he happened to be cycling before the assault? Trying to stir up arguments by creating these 'opposing groups' such as motorists/cyclists/bikers is pathetic. People are people, their mode of transport doesn't define their character.
Because the person who assaulted the woman was a CYCLIST.

She wasn't assaulted by a lorry driver so there's no point the police asking for people to look out for a lorry driver. They are trying to identify the CYCLIST because it's a CYCLIST who attached the woman so it's a CYCLIST the police are looking for.

Why is that difficult to understand ? I's not trying to stir up arguments at all. If it had been a black man the police would have said a black man between 30-35 . . . but he was white, so they said he was white. He also happened to be a cyclist . . . and also of athletic build so not a bloater like 75% of the population.

So we need to find a white, athletic, cyclist between 30-35. That's not racist so it's also not anti-cyclist or anti-athletically built people.

Mojocvh

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14,750 posts

146 months

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singlecoil said:
I expect some cyclists will be along shortly to say it was the woman's fault.
Tatatatata... driving

Pothole

20,204 posts

166 months

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Noger said:
Pothole said:
If she couldn't even tell whether she'd hit him or not, perhaps her car should be checked for evidence of other hit and runs...
Other hit and runs where she got out of the car ?
obtuseness is never an attractive affectation.

The Edinburgh Evening News puts it thus:"Fearing she may have struck a cyclist, she stopped at the side of the road and got out of her car,"

I don't know about you, but I would bloody well know if I'd hit a cyclist or not.

Anyway as mentioned above, half a story and top trolling from the OP.

EFspelling.


Edited by Pothole on Sunday 27th March 16:08

Mojocvh

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Pothole said:
Noger said:
Pothole said:
If she couldn't even tell whether she'd hit him or not, perhaps her car should be checked for evidence of other hit and runs...
Other hit and runs where she got out of the car ?
obtuesness is never an attractive affectation.

The Edinburgh Evening News puts it thus:"Fearing she may have struck a cyclist, she stopped at the side of the road and got out of her car,"

I don't know about you, but I would bloody well know if I'd hit a cyclist or not.

Anyway as mentioned above, half a story and top trolling from the OP.
smile

F i F

23,209 posts

135 months

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Pothole said:
This concerns me: "the woman thought she had collided with him and pulled over"

If she couldn't even tell whether she'd hit him or not, perhaps her car should be checked for evidence of other hit and runs...
You overtake a cyclist leaving the requisite amount of room, before moving back to the left you see the cyclist wobbling and falling off as they've hit a pothole hehe and just fallen off.

You are certain that you didn't hit them or cause them to fall off but surely you'd stop and get out to see if they are alright. Or?

Zoobeef

2,296 posts

42 months

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F i F said:
You overtake a cyclist leaving the requisite amount of room, before moving back to the left you see the cyclist wobbling and falling off as they've hit a pothole hehe and just fallen off.

You are certain that you didn't hit them or cause them to fall off but surely you'd stop and get out to see if they are alright. Or?
So reversing is the wrong answer? :unsure:

Noger

7,009 posts

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Pothole said:
I don't know about you, but I would bloody well know if I'd hit a cyclist or not.
Full on hit, yes. Brushed their shoulder, got a bit too close and made them wobble...who knows. At least she stopped, no ?

About as much justification for violence as the "pedestrian playing chicken so I just charged him" one i.e. None.

Although clearly "slapping the cow upside the head a bit" would be justifiable for many of the PH two wheel massive smile




R3v 1

623 posts

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End of day this guy could have been green driving a Nissian Micra convertable... It really doesn't matter. He obviously hit this women fairly hard to cause the injury she sustained and deserves a hell of alot more than he will get when he ends up in court.

No excuse for ever hitting an unarmed women, this scum deserves a prison cell and a nice gay fella called Baz weighting 25 stone as a cell mate.
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