possible assault at supermarket?

possible assault at supermarket?

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BHML

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307 posts

168 months

Monday 10th May 2021
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The initial message was deleted from this topic on 11 May 2021 at 19:35

anonymous-user

52 months

Monday 10th May 2021
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Yes. Up to you what you do about it.

LosingGrip

7,766 posts

157 months

Monday 10th May 2021
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Yep it’s an assault.

Chances are the supermarket won’t give you the CCTV. You’ll have to report it to the police and they’ll be able to request it for any investigation.

anonymous-user

52 months

Monday 10th May 2021
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And what kind of weirdo twists a stranger's nipple? Jesus, there are some odd people. I'm absolutely no hard man, quite the opposite, but I'd have smacked him in the mouth.

dudleybloke

19,527 posts

184 months

Monday 10th May 2021
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I did that to someone once...........

I felt a right tit.

HD Adam

5,142 posts

182 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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You just let someone walk up, give you a titty twister and you did nothing?


aka_kerrly

12,414 posts

208 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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HD Adam said:
You just let someone walk up, give you a titty twister and you did nothing?
rofl

That would be an accurate summary.

I'm sat here giggling away wondering how amusing the CCTV footage could be.

OP - for god sake just be more observant in the future and get on with life.


Unbusy

932 posts

95 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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No Glasgow kiss in return?
I can understand it must’ve been surprising but even though, a kick in the nads would’ve been my response. The cheeky fecker.

zzrman

632 posts

187 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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LosingGrip said:
Yep it’s an assault.

Chances are the supermarket won’t give you the CCTV. You’ll have to report it to the police and they’ll be able to request it for any investigation.
It´s actually battery!

Djtemeka

1,790 posts

190 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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Don’t bother reporting it to the cops. There’s enough people laughing at you already biggrin

take-good-care-of-the-forest-dewey

4,960 posts

53 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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BHML said:
I was wearing a t-shirt which was fairly thin, and it was a bit cold, so my nipples probably were puckered and stood out from underneath my t-shirt
Puckered you say.... Thin t shirt you say... Just how thin? .... Were you glistening with sweat?

What else were you wearing... [pant]... what did he do next... Keep going dammit.


Edited by take-good-care-of-the-forest-dewey on Tuesday 11th May 08:45

TheDrownedApe

981 posts

54 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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if only the CCTV had audio and picked up the girly squeel

anonymous-user

52 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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Closely followed by "Oooh, do it again, sailor!".

DaveA8

574 posts

79 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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This is just plain weird, did no one in the queue think it odd, of course you've been assaulted.
Very rarely have I seen or experienced where hands go on quickly without some comment or preamble.
You need to report it as anyone who does that in a supermarket doesn't care less and imagine what they'd do if no witnesses or cameras

DaveA8

574 posts

79 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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[quote=aka_kerrly]



rofl

That would be an accurate summary.

I'm sat here giggling away wondering how amusing the CCTV footage could be.

OP - for god sake just be more observant in the future and get on with life.

Why should he ?, if it happened to a women, would you say the same ?, there is nothing funny in this at all

MC Bodge

21,461 posts

173 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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It does sound weird (and how many adults would use that as an attack?), but most people -as few of us are used to physical conflict in daily life- would be too shocked to react. The assailant knows this and used it effectively. With respect, I'm guessing that the victim didn't look like a hardened street brawler. They probably wouldn't have done it to a scaffolder with a scar on his face on his way home from work.


People in sometimes tense public-facing roles such as Police, bouncer/security, paramedic or who play full contact sports may react differently.


Edited by MC Bodge on Tuesday 11th May 09:08

take-good-care-of-the-forest-dewey

4,960 posts

53 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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OP what time did this happen? Was it Dusk or Dawn?

DrBrule

2,932 posts

129 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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take-good-care-of-the-forest-dewey said:
OP what time did this happen? Was it Dusk or Dawn?
I see what you did there... and your earlier comment really made me laugh too.

J1990

782 posts

51 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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LosingGrip said:
Yep it’s an assault.

Chances are the supermarket won’t give you the CCTV. You’ll have to report it to the police and they’ll be able to request it for any investigation.
This ^ You'll likely have to report it and they'll give CCTV directly to the police, though the odds of successfully pursuing anything like this are pretty slim - Not because it isn't a crime but because it's going to be so low down on the priority list that it'll likely result in a crime number and no further action, unfortunately.

Whilst GDPR gives you the right to request any CCTV footage in which you feature, it also allows the owner of the CCTV to refuse if there are other people within the footage and/or they're unable to edit those people out.

As for the individual above stating people are laughing at you, only idiots would be laughing at you. Yes it's weird, yes you should've done something there and then... however, I think it's fair to say the majority of people avoid confrontation and would also have been taking a moment to process what just happened. Sorry to hear you had a c****y run in with an idiot.

geeks

9,052 posts

137 months

Tuesday 11th May 2021
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Could the whole thing have been avoided if you just showed them a receipt?