Fearless Blackburn shopkeeper stalls knife-wielding robber

This Is Lancashire: Ravat Mussa Ravat Mussa

A FEARLESS shopkeeper refused to hand over cash and cigarettes to a knife-wielding robber.

Ravat Mussa, 68, was confronted at his Blackburn store by a man who brandished a long kitchen knife.

But Mr Mussa stood his ground, refused to obey the man’s demands and shouted at him to get out of his shop.

The would-be robber, who was white and thought to be in his 20s, panicked and ran away empty handed from Ravats Store in Accrington Road.

Mr Mussa said he keeps a large metal bar behind the counter of his shop for protection following a similar incident last year.

He said he was relieved he did not have to use it on this occasion, but would have been prepared to if the man had continued to threaten him.

Mr Mussa, who has run the shop with his wife, Amina, 64, for 27 years, said: “I was not frightened.

“He pulled out the knife and demanded money but I shouted at him and told him I wasn’t going to give him anything.

“I had my metal bar behind the counter but I didn’t need to use it.”

Mrs Mussa, who was upstairs at the time of the incident, said she had heard her husband shouting.

She said: “My husband is a very brave man. He is a hero.

“You do not expect this sort of thing to happen.

“We opened this shop in 1986 and we haven’t had many incidents like this, but there have been more recently.

“At our age we shouldn’t be having to deal with this sort of thing.”

Mrs Mussa said the man who had tried to rob them had been in the shop twice recently.

She said: “He came in a week before asking if we had a cash machine but we don’t.

“Then he came in last Sunday asking if we knew where there was a second-hand shop nearby.”

Shadsworth and Whitebirk councillor Ron O’Keefe said he was pleased this would-be robber had been thwarted.

He said: “As a shopkeeper of 45 years myself, I would advise people not to defend themselves in these situations as you can come off worse.

“They should be very wary as if this young man had used the knife it could have been fatal.

“There will be an increase in this sort of crime as young people are getting increasingly desperate for money.”

Det Insp Nikki Bithell said: “A man entered the shop armed with a knife and demanded money and cigarettes.

“He was challenged by the owner and ran away.

“We need anyone with information to come forward to help us catch this man.”

Anyone with information about the incident which happened at 5.30pm on Friday is asked to call police on 101 or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.

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6:53am Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

On their heads!
On their heads! sen c b l

8:32am Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
On their heads!
6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: On their heads![/p][/quote]6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen. Steven Seagull

9:57am Tue 28 Jan 14

woolywords says...

Is he going to get 'barred', if he returns to the shop?
Nobody would blame you, Mr Mussa.
Is he going to get 'barred', if he returns to the shop? Nobody would blame you, Mr Mussa. woolywords

10:17am Tue 28 Jan 14

burner says...

Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ? burner

10:40am Tue 28 Jan 14

Excluded again says...

burner wrote:
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
Exactly? Nothing.
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?[/p][/quote]Exactly? Nothing. Excluded again

10:43am Tue 28 Jan 14

AnthonyUK says...

The thief deserved it, well done Mr Mussa for standing your ground. Ignore the dogooder Ron O'Keefe and just do it again (and as many times as you need to);if more people stood up to scum and defended themselves like this things would be better. Thieves human rights mean nothing and are forfeited if they transgress against shopkeepers and homeowners.
The thief deserved it, well done Mr Mussa for standing your ground. Ignore the dogooder Ron O'Keefe and just do it again (and as many times as you need to);if more people stood up to scum and defended themselves like this things would be better. Thieves human rights mean nothing and are forfeited if they transgress against shopkeepers and homeowners. AnthonyUK

10:58am Tue 28 Jan 14

juanbbien says...

This kind of crime has become a regular thing in Blackburn,not a pleasant situation to have to face especially for a man of sixty eight years old,I hope they catch this no mark
This kind of crime has become a regular thing in Blackburn,not a pleasant situation to have to face especially for a man of sixty eight years old,I hope they catch this no mark juanbbien

12:07pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Jerzei Balowski says...

AnthonyUK wrote:
The thief deserved it, well done Mr Mussa for standing your ground. Ignore the dogooder Ron O'Keefe and just do it again (and as many times as you need to);if more people stood up to scum and defended themselves like this things would be better. Thieves human rights mean nothing and are forfeited if they transgress against shopkeepers and homeowners.
Agreed - Ron O'Keefe should be ashamed of his comments, aiming to justify the actions of vermin for political gain.
[quote][p][bold]AnthonyUK[/bold] wrote: The thief deserved it, well done Mr Mussa for standing your ground. Ignore the dogooder Ron O'Keefe and just do it again (and as many times as you need to);if more people stood up to scum and defended themselves like this things would be better. Thieves human rights mean nothing and are forfeited if they transgress against shopkeepers and homeowners.[/p][/quote]Agreed - Ron O'Keefe should be ashamed of his comments, aiming to justify the actions of vermin for political gain. Jerzei Balowski

12:18pm Tue 28 Jan 14

localrover says...

burner wrote:
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
No man enough to say it straight, you coward
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?[/p][/quote]No man enough to say it straight, you coward localrover

1:27pm Tue 28 Jan 14

burner says...

localrover wrote:
burner wrote:
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
No man enough to say it straight, you coward
What I am saying is that Plod would do me for possessing an offensive weapon . . . . whereas shopkeepers seem to be above the law.
[quote][p][bold]localrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?[/p][/quote]No man enough to say it straight, you coward[/p][/quote]What I am saying is that Plod would do me for possessing an offensive weapon . . . . whereas shopkeepers seem to be above the law. burner

1:37pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

burner wrote:
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
Nothing as long as your car isn't in a public place. As soon as you take your car into a public place you will be in possession of an offensive weapon because you intend it to be used as one for self protection should the need arise.
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?[/p][/quote]Nothing as long as your car isn't in a public place. As soon as you take your car into a public place you will be in possession of an offensive weapon because you intend it to be used as one for self protection should the need arise. Steven Seagull

1:44pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

burner wrote:
localrover wrote:
burner wrote:
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
No man enough to say it straight, you coward
What I am saying is that Plod would do me for possessing an offensive weapon . . . . whereas shopkeepers seem to be above the law.
How likely are you in reality to get attacked and robbed whilst you're out either on foot or your car going about your daily business?

On the other hand how likely is it that Mr Mussa will get robbed? More of a chance than you have I'm sure you'll agree.
So therefore what is your problem with him having an item to hand to defend himself against a potential violent thief who might be armed?
It's not like he's walking around in public tooled up, it's behind his counter unlikely to be used on anybody who isn't trying to rob him.

Can't really see under these circumstances what your problem is.
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]localrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?[/p][/quote]No man enough to say it straight, you coward[/p][/quote]What I am saying is that Plod would do me for possessing an offensive weapon . . . . whereas shopkeepers seem to be above the law.[/p][/quote]How likely are you in reality to get attacked and robbed whilst you're out either on foot or your car going about your daily business? On the other hand how likely is it that Mr Mussa will get robbed? More of a chance than you have I'm sure you'll agree. So therefore what is your problem with him having an item to hand to defend himself against a potential violent thief who might be armed? It's not like he's walking around in public tooled up, it's behind his counter unlikely to be used on anybody who isn't trying to rob him. Can't really see under these circumstances what your problem is. Steven Seagull

2:38pm Tue 28 Jan 14

vicn1956 says...

He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case. vicn1956

2:47pm Tue 28 Jan 14

AnthonyUK says...

vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
I'd do it even if it means my life was in danger;dogooders like you enjoy people getting attacked for money etc and giving into the thief's wants, better the thief was dealt with than being injured yourself good on Mr Mussa he was RIGHT the thief was WRONG! by the way I saw something on the web where a shopkeeper in manchester threw cans of beer at a thief and he scarpered because he was attacked in this way, the case came to court and the shopkeeper got off on self defence so it don't always end up in prison sentences, that is where you are wrong vicn1956!
[quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]I'd do it even if it means my life was in danger;dogooders like you enjoy people getting attacked for money etc and giving into the thief's wants, better the thief was dealt with than being injured yourself good on Mr Mussa he was RIGHT the thief was WRONG! by the way I saw something on the web where a shopkeeper in manchester threw cans of beer at a thief and he scarpered because he was attacked in this way, the case came to court and the shopkeeper got off on self defence so it don't always end up in prison sentences, that is where you are wrong vicn1956! AnthonyUK

2:53pm Tue 28 Jan 14

burner says...

Steve, I totally get your point . . . . but check the laws of the land. The shop-keeper could be charged . . . . . it's happened before now. !
Steve, I totally get your point . . . . but check the laws of the land. The shop-keeper could be charged . . . . . it's happened before now. ! burner

4:37pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
[quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it. Steven Seagull

4:40pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

burner wrote:
Steve, I totally get your point . . . . but check the laws of the land. The shop-keeper could be charged . . . . . it's happened before now. !
When and where has it happened before?
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Steve, I totally get your point . . . . but check the laws of the land. The shop-keeper could be charged . . . . . it's happened before now. ![/p][/quote]When and where has it happened before? Steven Seagull

4:49pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

And if you want to check the law of the land as you put it I think you"ll find that the area behind the counter of a shop is a private area that the public do not have access to by payment or otherwise so therefore he could have a stash of knives under there with ninja throwing stars and nunchucks and he wouldn't be in possession of an offensive weapon in a public place therefore, no offence.

Of course it wouldn't be recommended to have such items there but as it stands he's not done/doing anything wrong.
And if you want to check the law of the land as you put it I think you"ll find that the area behind the counter of a shop is a private area that the public do not have access to by payment or otherwise so therefore he could have a stash of knives under there with ninja throwing stars and nunchucks and he wouldn't be in possession of an offensive weapon in a public place therefore, no offence. Of course it wouldn't be recommended to have such items there but as it stands he's not done/doing anything wrong. Steven Seagull

4:57pm Tue 28 Jan 14

phil kernot says...

Please take the law into your own hands as the law and justice are for all the ones committing the offences , , if I was on the jury and you was protecting your property I'd find you not guilty , and before you start do gooders unless you have been a victim , go and make yourself a nice cup of shut the f up , :)
Please take the law into your own hands as the law and justice are for all the ones committing the offences , , if I was on the jury and you was protecting your property I'd find you not guilty , and before you start do gooders unless you have been a victim , go and make yourself a nice cup of shut the f up , :) phil kernot

5:07pm Tue 28 Jan 14

phil kernot says...

Ron okeeffe you need to grow a pair of balls and be a man not a wimp of a councilor , but if you was to man up you'd be out on your ear for saying what we're thinking ,, ,, if you was held up you'd probably cower in the corner , then thay would come back time and time again as word on the street would be he's a easy touch ,,
Ron okeeffe you need to grow a pair of balls and be a man not a wimp of a councilor , but if you was to man up you'd be out on your ear for saying what we're thinking ,, ,, if you was held up you'd probably cower in the corner , then thay would come back time and time again as word on the street would be he's a easy touch ,, phil kernot

5:13pm Tue 28 Jan 14

phil kernot says...

burner wrote:
localrover wrote:
burner wrote:
Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?
No man enough to say it straight, you coward
What I am saying is that Plod would do me for possessing an offensive weapon . . . . whereas shopkeepers seem to be above the law.
There's a difference driving round with a weapon in your car but if Somone comes in your property your entitled to knock him out
[quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]localrover[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]burner[/bold] wrote: Exactly what would happen to ME, if I kept a " large metal bar " handy in my car for protection ?[/p][/quote]No man enough to say it straight, you coward[/p][/quote]What I am saying is that Plod would do me for possessing an offensive weapon . . . . whereas shopkeepers seem to be above the law.[/p][/quote]There's a difference driving round with a weapon in your car but if Somone comes in your property your entitled to knock him out phil kernot

5:16pm Tue 28 Jan 14

phil kernot says...

vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
A man would rather take that chance a coward wouldn't
[quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]A man would rather take that chance a coward wouldn't phil kernot

5:41pm Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
On their heads!
6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.
I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'!

PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: On their heads![/p][/quote]6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.[/p][/quote]I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'! PS we've got some really soft **** on this page. sen c b l

6:39pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Miss Seedat says...

As alreadt mentioned in the article Mr mussa had a similar incident last year AFTER which he kept the metal bar for protection Hes got a shop and is at Risk of robberies
Well done to you Mr Mussa for protecting yourself and Not letting the Thief get his way!!
As alreadt mentioned in the article Mr mussa had a similar incident last year AFTER which he kept the metal bar for protection Hes got a shop and is at Risk of robberies Well done to you Mr Mussa for protecting yourself and Not letting the Thief get his way!! Miss Seedat

6:40pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
On their heads!
6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.
I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'!

PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.
Do YOU even know what you're talking about?
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: On their heads![/p][/quote]6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.[/p][/quote]I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'! PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.[/p][/quote]Do YOU even know what you're talking about? Steven Seagull

7:02pm Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
On their heads!
6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.
I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'!

PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.
Do YOU even know what you're talking about?
What's yo problem ?
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: On their heads![/p][/quote]6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.[/p][/quote]I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'! PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.[/p][/quote]Do YOU even know what you're talking about?[/p][/quote]What's yo problem ? sen c b l

7:06pm Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
On their heads!
6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.
I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'!

PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.
Do YOU even know what you're talking about?
Come on ar53hol3, make my day!
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: On their heads![/p][/quote]6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.[/p][/quote]I was late cos my partner wouldn't let go. It's usually much earlier than that. Out lookin for trouble and armed with a 'nut cracker'! PS we've got some really soft **** on this page.[/p][/quote]Do YOU even know what you're talking about?[/p][/quote]Come on ar53hol3, make my day! sen c b l

7:33pm Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
On their heads!
6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.
U 'fern unct, ever heard of a sarcastic remark, heh hibernating seagull 5h1t, but tell me. 845terd where is the most effective area to strike as in this article, you pathetic amateur defence freak?
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: On their heads![/p][/quote]6:53 am is a bit early to be swigging meths Sen.[/p][/quote]U 'fern unct, ever heard of a sarcastic remark, heh hibernating seagull 5h1t, but tell me. 845terd where is the most effective area to strike as in this article, you pathetic amateur defence freak? sen c b l

7:42pm Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head.

U no 4kall

Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.[/p][/quote]You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head. U no 4kall Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert' sen c b l

8:07pm Tue 28 Jan 14

M.DANNY says...

A very brave shopkeeper and I hope this scumbag is caught and put behind the bars.
Law abiding people have to defend themselves from scumbags who may carry knives guns and base ball bats.
Sometimes the perpetrator gets off lightly and the victims is charged for using unreasonable force.Had the Shopkeeper used this bar and his assailant was badly injured then the poor shopkeeper would have been charged for assault.
Many countries around the world like US Europe Asia and Africa the people there protect their property with guns and dogs.
Majority of people in our country always support the victims not the assailant.
A very brave shopkeeper and I hope this scumbag is caught and put behind the bars. Law abiding people have to defend themselves from scumbags who may carry knives guns and base ball bats. Sometimes the perpetrator gets off lightly and the victims is charged for using unreasonable force.Had the Shopkeeper used this bar and his assailant was badly injured then the poor shopkeeper would have been charged for assault. Many countries around the world like US Europe Asia and Africa the people there protect their property with guns and dogs. Majority of people in our country always support the victims not the assailant. M.DANNY

8:32pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head.

U no 4kall

Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'
"Xpert" window licker more like!

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look.

Are you any of the following:

A) A child

B) Drunk

C) Under the influence of crack

D) All of the above

Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad.

A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.[/p][/quote]You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head. U no 4kall Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'[/p][/quote]"Xpert" window licker more like! Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look. Are you any of the following: A) A child B) Drunk C) Under the influence of crack D) All of the above Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad. A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries. Steven Seagull

8:57pm Tue 28 Jan 14

sen c b l says...

Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head.

U no 4kall

Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'
"Xpert" window licker more like!

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look.

Are you any of the following:

A) A child

B) Drunk

C) Under the influence of crack

D) All of the above

Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad.

A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.
You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining.

Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker!
Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut.

Name the place?
[quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.[/p][/quote]You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head. U no 4kall Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'[/p][/quote]"Xpert" window licker more like! Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look. Are you any of the following: A) A child B) Drunk C) Under the influence of crack D) All of the above Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad. A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.[/p][/quote]You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining. Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker! Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut. Name the place? sen c b l

9:15pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head.

U no 4kall

Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'
"Xpert" window licker more like!

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look.

Are you any of the following:

A) A child

B) Drunk

C) Under the influence of crack

D) All of the above

Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad.

A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.
You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining.

Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker!
Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut.

Name the place?
What has a flat fish got to do with it?

(confused look on Sens face as the humour fly over his head)
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.[/p][/quote]You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head. U no 4kall Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'[/p][/quote]"Xpert" window licker more like! Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look. Are you any of the following: A) A child B) Drunk C) Under the influence of crack D) All of the above Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad. A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.[/p][/quote]You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining. Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker! Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut. Name the place?[/p][/quote]What has a flat fish got to do with it? (confused look on Sens face as the humour fly over his head) Steven Seagull

9:26pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head.

U no 4kall

Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'
"Xpert" window licker more like!

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look.

Are you any of the following:

A) A child

B) Drunk

C) Under the influence of crack

D) All of the above

Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad.

A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.
You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining.

Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker!
Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut.

Name the place?
I actually remember you being an extremely angry person when that Mug bloke got under your skin. It would seem you haven't learnt any lessons about anger management.

And weak threats to strangers just make you look even more of a buffoon.

What's the professional art of defence? All joking aside do.you know how bad your knowledge is of the law in relation to self defence and use of reasonable proportionate force? If you don't know what you're talking about (and to.be fair to you I'll cut you some slack with you being a retard, probably because your parents are cousins or brother and sister or something) then don't say anything because it compounds your idiocy.

How you manage to remain out of secure accommodation AND have Internet access is beyond me.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.[/p][/quote]You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head. U no 4kall Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'[/p][/quote]"Xpert" window licker more like! Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look. Are you any of the following: A) A child B) Drunk C) Under the influence of crack D) All of the above Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad. A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.[/p][/quote]You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining. Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker! Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut. Name the place?[/p][/quote]I actually remember you being an extremely angry person when that Mug bloke got under your skin. It would seem you haven't learnt any lessons about anger management. And weak threats to strangers just make you look even more of a buffoon. What's the professional art of defence? All joking aside do.you know how bad your knowledge is of the law in relation to self defence and use of reasonable proportionate force? If you don't know what you're talking about (and to.be fair to you I'll cut you some slack with you being a retard, probably because your parents are cousins or brother and sister or something) then don't say anything because it compounds your idiocy. How you manage to remain out of secure accommodation AND have Internet access is beyond me. Steven Seagull

9:27pm Tue 28 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
Steven Seagull wrote:
vicn1956 wrote:
He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.
What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault?

That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances.

If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.
You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head.

U no 4kall

Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'
"Xpert" window licker more like!

Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look.

Are you any of the following:

A) A child

B) Drunk

C) Under the influence of crack

D) All of the above

Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad.

A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.
You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining.

Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker!
Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut.

Name the place?
I actually remember you being an extremely angry person when that Mug bloke got under your skin. It would seem you haven't learnt any lessons about anger management.

And weak threats to strangers just make you look even more of a buffoon.

What's the professional art of defence? All joking aside do.you know how bad your knowledge is of the law in relation to self defence and use of reasonable proportionate force? If you don't know what you're talking about (and to.be fair to you I'll cut you some slack with you being a retard, probably because your parents are cousins or brother and sister or something) then don't say anything because it compounds your idiocy.

How you manage to remain out of secure accommodation AND have Internet access is beyond me.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Steven Seagull[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]vicn1956[/bold] wrote: He needs to be careful he doesn't get charged for assault. You can't protect yourself or property today without getting dragged to the police station and faced with a court case.[/p][/quote]What utter sh1te you're spouting. Without using a search engine tell us a case where the victim has been dragged to court for an assault? That would only happen if you used grossly disproportionate force on somebody. For example detaining a burglar who was compliant and while you waited for the cops to arrive you beat him to the extent where you fractured his skull. And put him into a coma. That would be viewed in the eyes of the law as force that is grossly disproportionate to the circumstances. If somebody pulls a knife and tries to rob you while you're working in a shop then I would suggest that it's more than justified proportionate and more than reasonable to.pull a metal bar out and clout the scumbag with it.[/p][/quote]You are 4in incorrect. In the eyes of the law the very foremost action would be to disarm the culprit failing which if the victim could have proved that the thief would have used the weapon only then it would be regarded as justified that to strike the culprit in self defence but not clouting but to paralyse the culprit by aiming at his legs or arms but not the head. U no 4kall Now p off and give over pretending to know more than I, the xpert'[/p][/quote]"Xpert" window licker more like! Oh dear oh dear oh dear. I'm not sure you realise just what an utter and complete idiot you have just made yourself look. Are you any of the following: A) A child B) Drunk C) Under the influence of crack D) All of the above Your knowledge of the law is clearly second to non and I doff my cap to your superior intellect. I must point out however that we are referring to the law of this country and not in Islamabad. A good effort non the less sen. God loves a man who tries.[/p][/quote]You are all 4 points that you mention you stupid retarded twt4. You may well come from the cave where your parents and ancestors were once residing but clouting is not of a modern form of defence, that your mother was frequently clubbed by your caveman daddy for his sexual preferences. Pakistan and Afghanistan may well be favourite place of an ideal living preference but what we are discussing is a professional art of defence that you lack and will never have the quality of obtaining. Who the. 4k do you think you are responding to my post heh anker! Who the heck do u think you are you soft 5hut. Name the place?[/p][/quote]I actually remember you being an extremely angry person when that Mug bloke got under your skin. It would seem you haven't learnt any lessons about anger management. And weak threats to strangers just make you look even more of a buffoon. What's the professional art of defence? All joking aside do.you know how bad your knowledge is of the law in relation to self defence and use of reasonable proportionate force? If you don't know what you're talking about (and to.be fair to you I'll cut you some slack with you being a retard, probably because your parents are cousins or brother and sister or something) then don't say anything because it compounds your idiocy. How you manage to remain out of secure accommodation AND have Internet access is beyond me. Steven Seagull

6:16am Wed 29 Jan 14

kim says...

May your god walk with you and keep you safe
May your god walk with you and keep you safe kim

8:12am Wed 29 Jan 14

crusade to find the truth from the brown stuff says...

Shame mr musa didn't clobber the knife man with his bat, least police would of had a nice pool of blood to examine and know who had done it straight away instead of the knife man still being at large
Shame mr musa didn't clobber the knife man with his bat, least police would of had a nice pool of blood to examine and know who had done it straight away instead of the knife man still being at large crusade to find the truth from the brown stuff

11:21am Wed 29 Jan 14

Champagne plus charlie says...

sen c b l wrote:
NOB, the art of self defence is where I could knock your teeth out standing three feet away, and not with my fists but with my bare feet. I have the quality of proving to scums and Saxon piglets like you. This is what you lack you coward an amateur who dreams of using a metal bar to defend himself in any circumstance without even trying to cripple the culprit. You are THE culprit. No wonder you've never heard of 'the art of self defence'! Coming on any asian related article with your utter stupid posts. You are the cave idiot with the pretence of a master expert in defence law. You know 5hitole. As for feeble threats, I don't think so, coward. Come on name it! and Mug may well be your blood bro but blood is what I see when I come across wasters like you.
Now stop wasting precious time and book an appointment at the hospital restaurant.
Name it!
My house you soft Blackburn sh1tbag, anytime you like.

Keyboard warriors, don't you just love them, can just picture you all red faced and sweaty shouting profanities at the computer you share in your care home.

Bring it on you pu55y.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: NOB, the art of self defence is where I could knock your teeth out standing three feet away, and not with my fists but with my bare feet. I have the quality of proving to scums and Saxon piglets like you. This is what you lack you coward an amateur who dreams of using a metal bar to defend himself in any circumstance without even trying to cripple the culprit. You are THE culprit. No wonder you've never heard of 'the art of self defence'! Coming on any asian related article with your utter stupid posts. You are the cave idiot with the pretence of a master expert in defence law. You know 5hitole. As for feeble threats, I don't think so, coward. Come on name it! and Mug may well be your blood bro but blood is what I see when I come across wasters like you. Now stop wasting precious time and book an appointment at the hospital restaurant. Name it![/p][/quote]My house you soft Blackburn sh1tbag, anytime you like. Keyboard warriors, don't you just love them, can just picture you all red faced and sweaty shouting profanities at the computer you share in your care home. Bring it on you pu55y. Champagne plus charlie

11:42am Wed 29 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

sen c b l wrote:
NOB, the art of self defence is where I could knock your teeth out standing three feet away, and not with my fists but with my bare feet. I have the quality of proving to scums and Saxon piglets like you. This is what you lack you coward an amateur who dreams of using a metal bar to defend himself in any circumstance without even trying to cripple the culprit. You are THE culprit. No wonder you've never heard of 'the art of self defence'! Coming on any asian related article with your utter stupid posts. You are the cave idiot with the pretence of a master expert in defence law. You know 5hitole. As for feeble threats, I don't think so, coward. Come on name it! and Mug may well be your blood bro but blood is what I see when I come across wasters like you.
Now stop wasting precious time and book an appointment at the hospital restaurant.
Name it!
Ha ha ha. Those steroids really mess you up don't they big boy.

Save your aggression for the honour beatings that you love to dish out to your female relatives.

It's just proves my point about how much of an idiot you are. If you had read my post (if you were able to read) you'd see that I was actually defending the actions of an Asian shop Owner, not that it matters what ethnicity he is.

You talk out of your sweaty hoop on a consistent basis.
You're aggression and ne'er do well attitude is typical.of your cave dwelling origins.

Just take on board this bit of advice. No matter how big you think you are and how many steroids you take, there is always somebody bigger out there.
[quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: NOB, the art of self defence is where I could knock your teeth out standing three feet away, and not with my fists but with my bare feet. I have the quality of proving to scums and Saxon piglets like you. This is what you lack you coward an amateur who dreams of using a metal bar to defend himself in any circumstance without even trying to cripple the culprit. You are THE culprit. No wonder you've never heard of 'the art of self defence'! Coming on any asian related article with your utter stupid posts. You are the cave idiot with the pretence of a master expert in defence law. You know 5hitole. As for feeble threats, I don't think so, coward. Come on name it! and Mug may well be your blood bro but blood is what I see when I come across wasters like you. Now stop wasting precious time and book an appointment at the hospital restaurant. Name it![/p][/quote]Ha ha ha. Those steroids really mess you up don't they big boy. Save your aggression for the honour beatings that you love to dish out to your female relatives. It's just proves my point about how much of an idiot you are. If you had read my post (if you were able to read) you'd see that I was actually defending the actions of an Asian shop Owner, not that it matters what ethnicity he is. You talk out of your sweaty hoop on a consistent basis. You're aggression and ne'er do well attitude is typical.of your cave dwelling origins. Just take on board this bit of advice. No matter how big you think you are and how many steroids you take, there is always somebody bigger out there. Steven Seagull

11:47am Wed 29 Jan 14

Steven Seagull says...

Champagne plus charlie wrote:
sen c b l wrote:
NOB, the art of self defence is where I could knock your teeth out standing three feet away, and not with my fists but with my bare feet. I have the quality of proving to scums and Saxon piglets like you. This is what you lack you coward an amateur who dreams of using a metal bar to defend himself in any circumstance without even trying to cripple the culprit. You are THE culprit. No wonder you've never heard of 'the art of self defence'! Coming on any asian related article with your utter stupid posts. You are the cave idiot with the pretence of a master expert in defence law. You know 5hitole. As for feeble threats, I don't think so, coward. Come on name it! and Mug may well be your blood bro but blood is what I see when I come across wasters like you.
Now stop wasting precious time and book an appointment at the hospital restaurant.
Name it!
My house you soft Blackburn sh1tbag, anytime you like.

Keyboard warriors, don't you just love them, can just picture you all red faced and sweaty shouting profanities at the computer you share in your care home.

Bring it on you pu55y.
The thing is Charlie, old Sen here gets an over inflated sense of "hardness" due to the fact he's quite adept at dishing out honour beatings to vulnerable female members of his family while roided up to the eyeballs.

He then thinks he can take on the world and starts issuing threats that he knows he can never take on.
[quote][p][bold]Champagne plus charlie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]sen c b l[/bold] wrote: NOB, the art of self defence is where I could knock your teeth out standing three feet away, and not with my fists but with my bare feet. I have the quality of proving to scums and Saxon piglets like you. This is what you lack you coward an amateur who dreams of using a metal bar to defend himself in any circumstance without even trying to cripple the culprit. You are THE culprit. No wonder you've never heard of 'the art of self defence'! Coming on any asian related article with your utter stupid posts. You are the cave idiot with the pretence of a master expert in defence law. You know 5hitole. As for feeble threats, I don't think so, coward. Come on name it! and Mug may well be your blood bro but blood is what I see when I come across wasters like you. Now stop wasting precious time and book an appointment at the hospital restaurant. Name it![/p][/quote]My house you soft Blackburn sh1tbag, anytime you like. Keyboard warriors, don't you just love them, can just picture you all red faced and sweaty shouting profanities at the computer you share in your care home. Bring it on you pu55y.[/p][/quote]The thing is Charlie, old Sen here gets an over inflated sense of "hardness" due to the fact he's quite adept at dishing out honour beatings to vulnerable female members of his family while roided up to the eyeballs. He then thinks he can take on the world and starts issuing threats that he knows he can never take on. Steven Seagull

11:54am Fri 31 Jan 14

Akkybro says...

Well done Mr Mussa.
Well done Mr Mussa. Akkybro

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