Woman driver punched in face by passing pedestrian as she stops at junction in Braintree

Halstead Gazette: Police are appealing for witnesses to the unprovoked assault Police are appealing for witnesses to the unprovoked assault

A driver who stopped at a junction was punched repeatedly in the face by a pedestrian through the open car window.

The woman had stopped her car at Goldings Way in Braintree, near the junction with London Road, to give way to other drivers when the man walked by and hit her.

Paramedics were called and checked the driver, who is her 40s and from the Braintree area.

She was badly shaken and had bumps and bruises. 

The incident was at about 4.30pm on Tuesday, May 20 but police have been unable to trace the attacker.

PC Daniel Smith said: "This was an unprovoked assault by a man who walked across the road and punched the woman when she stopped at the junction.

“She was punched about nine times and at one point pulled by the hair.

"This happened in a busy residential area and we hope that local people or other drivers might have seen this man in the area at the time.”

The man was white, thought to be aged in his 30s, about 5ft 10in tall and slim.

He had long brown hair and a beard and wore a a dark-coloured polo shirt and combat trousers. 

Call Mr Smith at Braintree Police Station on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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9:25pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Dengie D says...

OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose. Dengie D
  • Score: 17

10:02pm Sun 8 Jun 14

The-Professionals says...

Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
[quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions. The-Professionals
  • Score: -25

10:29pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Shaneblackdarkknight says...

The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
[quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ! Shaneblackdarkknight
  • Score: 23

11:09pm Sun 8 Jun 14

Dengie D says...

So if she had done something 'bolshy behind the wheel' would the attack be justified?
So if she had done something 'bolshy behind the wheel' would the attack be justified? Dengie D
  • Score: 28

7:25am Mon 9 Jun 14

wormshero says...

The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Oh, so the woman probably deserved being punched in the face repeatedly then? Really? So, despite no indication she'd done something to aggravate this stranger, you put the blame on her...what's wrong with some people?!?

On the actual story though, I'd hope given the area and the time of day that this man must have passed some nearby cctv around that time, so hopefully his photo can be put out. I'm guessing given how long ago this happened though that there may be no such luck.
[quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Oh, so the woman probably deserved being punched in the face repeatedly then? Really? So, despite no indication she'd done something to aggravate this stranger, you put the blame on her...what's wrong with some people?!? On the actual story though, I'd hope given the area and the time of day that this man must have passed some nearby cctv around that time, so hopefully his photo can be put out. I'm guessing given how long ago this happened though that there may be no such luck. wormshero
  • Score: 25

9:18am Mon 9 Jun 14

Ritchie_Hicks says...

The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
You have a very confused view on life.
[quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]You have a very confused view on life. Ritchie_Hicks
  • Score: 17

9:20am Mon 9 Jun 14

totallyfootball says...

It happened on May the 20th, just how slow are the Essex police and how do they expect the general public to help them? As for the male chauvinist who is suggesting the woman may have deserved it, get yourself checked out and quickly!
It happened on May the 20th, just how slow are the Essex police and how do they expect the general public to help them? As for the male chauvinist who is suggesting the woman may have deserved it, get yourself checked out and quickly! totallyfootball
  • Score: 18

10:35am Mon 9 Jun 14

Jack222 says...

This is odd - it's not a normal event and the police certainly do not have a photo which would speed things up. The anti police line is absurd...

But either we don't know the full story or the man is a nutter and will be found as he will do it again...
This is odd - it's not a normal event and the police certainly do not have a photo which would speed things up. The anti police line is absurd... But either we don't know the full story or the man is a nutter and will be found as he will do it again... Jack222
  • Score: 5

11:11am Mon 9 Jun 14

cmills says...

Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )
[quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ![/p][/quote]Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though ) cmills
  • Score: -1

1:19pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Linstock says...

The so called Professionals must be correct if all those folk who have been mugged, robbed at knifepoint, burgled etc in our area put their hands up and say me, me ,me next, what a strange attitude ...not many folk ask to be assaulted but lots of us expect the Police to be doing a better job than they are currently doing.
The so called Professionals must be correct if all those folk who have been mugged, robbed at knifepoint, burgled etc in our area put their hands up and say me, me ,me next, what a strange attitude ...not many folk ask to be assaulted but lots of us expect the Police to be doing a better job than they are currently doing. Linstock
  • Score: 8

1:48pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Shaneblackdarkknight says...

cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )
Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?
[quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ![/p][/quote]Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )[/p][/quote]Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ? Shaneblackdarkknight
  • Score: 0

4:30pm Mon 9 Jun 14

cmills says...

Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )
Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?
what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response !
[quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ![/p][/quote]Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )[/p][/quote]Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?[/p][/quote]what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response ! cmills
  • Score: 0

6:39pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Kevman28 says...

According to the report, it was an unprovoked attack. It is fair to say that without witnesses we cannot be sure of anything, however even if the lady sat there screaming abuse it would not justify someone punching her. Also, she was punched NINE times! That makes it sound like the guy was ****, has mental issues or like someone else said, he had a motive (theft etc).

Unfortunately I suspect nothing will come of it. I don't know why the police are getting a slagging though. If no-one was about to witness it, and there were no cameras then they have nothing to go on. You can't blame them for that.
According to the report, it was an unprovoked attack. It is fair to say that without witnesses we cannot be sure of anything, however even if the lady sat there screaming abuse it would not justify someone punching her. Also, she was punched NINE times! That makes it sound like the guy was ****, has mental issues or like someone else said, he had a motive (theft etc). Unfortunately I suspect nothing will come of it. I don't know why the police are getting a slagging though. If no-one was about to witness it, and there were no cameras then they have nothing to go on. You can't blame them for that. Kevman28
  • Score: 5

8:49pm Mon 9 Jun 14

Shaneblackdarkknight says...

cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )
Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?
what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response !
I don't want a debate with u , no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop , IDE love 5 mins in a dark alley with this sucker !
[quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ![/p][/quote]Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )[/p][/quote]Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?[/p][/quote]what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response ![/p][/quote]I don't want a debate with u , no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop , IDE love 5 mins in a dark alley with this sucker ! Shaneblackdarkknight
  • Score: 1

8:40am Tue 10 Jun 14

cmills says...

Shaneblackdarkknight -"no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop" -
Don't be ridicules - Self defence ! reasonable force , the world isn`t all black and white - woman are not always victims
Shaneblackdarkknight -"no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop" - Don't be ridicules - Self defence ! reasonable force , the world isn`t all black and white - woman are not always victims cmills
  • Score: 1

8:59am Tue 10 Jun 14

pixiebell87 says...

cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight -"no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop" -
Don't be ridicules - Self defence ! reasonable force , the world isn`t all black and white - woman are not always victims
reasonable force?? theres nothing reasonable about punching a woman in the face 9 times!!!
[quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: Shaneblackdarkknight -"no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop" - Don't be ridicules - Self defence ! reasonable force , the world isn`t all black and white - woman are not always victims[/p][/quote]reasonable force?? theres nothing reasonable about punching a woman in the face 9 times!!! pixiebell87
  • Score: 4

9:17am Tue 10 Jun 14

cmills says...

pixiebell87 wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight -"no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop" -
Don't be ridicules - Self defence ! reasonable force , the world isn`t all black and white - woman are not always victims
reasonable force?? theres nothing reasonable about punching a woman in the face 9 times!!!
"theres nothing reasonable about punching a woman in the face 9 times!!!


Exactly -
[quote][p][bold]pixiebell87[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: Shaneblackdarkknight -"no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop" - Don't be ridicules - Self defence ! reasonable force , the world isn`t all black and white - woman are not always victims[/p][/quote]reasonable force?? theres nothing reasonable about punching a woman in the face 9 times!!![/p][/quote]"theres nothing reasonable about punching a woman in the face 9 times!!! Exactly - cmills
  • Score: 1

9:22am Tue 10 Jun 14

UsernameTaken1955 says...

Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )
Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?
what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response !
I don't want a debate with u , no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop , IDE love 5 mins in a dark alley with this sucker !
Yup - so you can hide behind your keyboard and shout silly names at him. Grow up.
[quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ![/p][/quote]Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )[/p][/quote]Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?[/p][/quote]what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response ![/p][/quote]I don't want a debate with u , no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop , IDE love 5 mins in a dark alley with this sucker ![/p][/quote]Yup - so you can hide behind your keyboard and shout silly names at him. Grow up. UsernameTaken1955
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2:51pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Shaneblackdarkknight says...

UsernameTaken1955 wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
cmills wrote:
Shaneblackdarkknight wrote:
The-Professionals wrote:
Dengie D wrote:
OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.
No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind.
Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved.
People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles.
The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.
Idiot !
Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )
Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?
what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response !
I don't want a debate with u , no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop , IDE love 5 mins in a dark alley with this sucker !
Yup - so you can hide behind your keyboard and shout silly names at him. Grow up.
Hide lol , if only u knew little big waffle man !
[quote][p][bold]UsernameTaken1955[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]cmills[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shaneblackdarkknight[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The-Professionals[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Dengie D[/bold] wrote: OK Essex police, so this sickening violent crime happened in broad daylight in the middle of a busy town and you have a good description of the coward that attacked the woman. I'm going to respectfully suggest that if you can't catch this person you are unfit for purpose.[/p][/quote]No person goes up to a motorists especially a female and carries out an unprecedented attack like that, there had to be a two way altercation of some type. prior to that, unless it was a robbery attempt of some kind. Obviously the lady is relatively unhurt, but the attack is still alarming. If it was my wife, mother or sister, I would be alarmed and considerably aggrieved. People especially women can become extremely bolshy behind the wheel of a car. The DSA have done studies about over sense of security in vehicles. The remark about Police possibly being considered not fit for purpose if they cannot solve this case is controversial. It will encourage the over "The Over The Hill Gang Bullies" on this Gazette thread to come out in their virulent droves, to protect the bastion of the nation public sector state and their sordid misguided opinions.[/p][/quote]Idiot ![/p][/quote]Quote "Idiot" You like your car, Do you ? --There may well be more to this story than is reported- I agree regarding bolshy nature of motorists who are usually the bullies to pedestrians not the bullied - then again this could have been some out of control nutter - but the some sort of altercation theory holds more water - ( I`m not saying it was in anyway justified though )[/p][/quote]Do u want some golden syrup with your waffle ?[/p][/quote]what ? - you can't even formulate a sensible argument in response ![/p][/quote]I don't want a debate with u , no so called man should ever lay a finger on a woman full stop , IDE love 5 mins in a dark alley with this sucker ![/p][/quote]Yup - so you can hide behind your keyboard and shout silly names at him. Grow up.[/p][/quote]Hide lol , if only u knew little big waffle man ! Shaneblackdarkknight
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4:24pm Wed 11 Jun 14

/@|_|@\ says...

Girls, girls, girls! Stop bickering. It's embarrassing for all of us.

(Look up the word 'puerile').
Girls, girls, girls! Stop bickering. It's embarrassing for all of us. (Look up the word 'puerile'). /@|_|@\
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