Policemans son who wrestled flasher to ground is arrested

#1
A teenage boy who wrestled a "flasher" to the ground after the man allegedly exposed himself to his female friend has been arrested on suspicion of assault.

Nathan Smith, 17, claims a half naked pervert jumped out on his 15-year-old pal Abigail Ward with his underpants wrapped around his ankles.

The music student and another friend, Jason Hughes, 15, pinned the man to the floor and made a citizen's arrest before calling the police.

Officers in Tamworth, Staffs, arrested the man on suspicion of indecent exposure and took him to the local police station for questioning.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=500124&in_page_id=1770

Makes you ask why bother or, they should of given him a kick in the nuts first...
 
#2
They should have just kicked his head in and left him.

The flasher exposed himself to a 14yr old girl and no action is being taken? I am outraged.

The question is, when they held the flasher down did they leave him 'tackle out'?
 
#3
I knew a bloke in Kiddieminster who used to teach a woman's Self Defence class. One of his students was waiting at a bus stop late at night when a man walked up and exposed himself to her.

She kicked him in the balls so hard she ruptured them! 8O

Good Drills! :twisted:

She called the police who arrived and found the guy trying to crawl away on all fours. Apparently the police had a hard time arresting the guy as they were laughing so much. :rofl:
 
#5
I don't know if I'd have been able to beat him off.
 
#6
How dare anyone stop a perverts human right to expose himself to young girls, who do those 2 lads think they are, protecting someone from a deviant. Under Liebours Gov't criminals have human rights, victims and those that obey the law don't.
 
#7
762baynet said:
They should have just kicked his head in and left him.

The flasher exposed himself to a 14yr old girl and no action is being taken? I am outraged.

The question is, when they held the flasher down did they leave him 'tackle out'?
Don't be silly...that would have caused him humiliation,and been an affront to his rights and his privacy dontcha know!!
 
#8
Rumpelstiltskin said:
I don't know if I'd have been able to beat him off.
Well done! 8O
 
#9
I'm also left confused...
The lads did the right thing, they couldn't let the sick man just walk on after he did that to the little girl.
...but I feel a strange sense of sympathy for the poor bloke lay on the floor being held down by two lads, with his wanger flopping round slapping the cobbles. Perhaps I'm the sick one.
 
#10
Fairly straightforward. I believe young Nathan represents what is known in the business as 'low hanging fruit'.

Why simply arrest the flasher when you could arrest the lad too? Chances are, he'll swiftly be intimidated into agreeing to accept a caution or penalty ticket. Hence brownie points all round for chalking up another 'detection' with virtually no work required.
 
#12
looney; you are indeed a looney. Anyone can make a citizens arrest, as long as the 'citizen' sees the 'offender' committing an offence. And these lads deserved it, by doing their civic duty did they?....mmmm.

You are a slack jawed goon. Go away and point at an aeroplane.

For what it's worth (probably not a lot) I suspect that this , er, offender has made a counter-allegation as no further action was taken against him. I worry that there has been some sort of procedural c**k up, and his solicitor has seen a way for him to a bit of money from the compensation that the police will most likely award him.

I hold my head in despair.
 
#13
flasher arrested - one crime reported, one caught, one sanctioned detection for copper.

flasher alleges assault, plod arrests, boy given warning but NFA, two sanctioned detections for copper


Or am I just being cynical?
 
#14
marco_poloroid said:
looney; you are indeed a looney. Anyone can make a citizens arrest, as long as the 'citizen' sees the 'offender' committing an offence. And these lads deserved it, by doing their civic duty did they?....mmmm.

You are a slack jawed goon. Go away and point at an aeroplane.

For what it's worth (probably not a lot) I suspect that this , er, offender has made a counter-allegation as no further action was taken against him. I worry that there has been some sort of procedural c**k up, and his solicitor has seen a way for him to a bit of money from the compensation that the police will most likely award him.

I hold my head in despair.
Now marco stop being a police walt, you're not even a PCSO are you....take off your fake uniform step away and tell your mummy you've been a naughty boy again.
 
#16
Ancient_Mariner said:
Fairly straightforward. I believe young Nathan represents what is known in the business as 'low hanging fruit'.

Why simply arrest the flasher when you could arrest the lad too? Chances are, he'll swiftly be intimidated into agreeing to accept a caution or penalty ticket. Hence brownie points all round for chalking up another 'detection' with virtually no work required.
You're right on there mate, Two detections for the price of one, the Senior (mis)Management Team will be happy. :roll:

Yep a couple of wedgies, a chinese burn and a tall cop leaning over him will soon have him accepting that caution. :wink:
 
#17
Considering that there were three witnesses to this sick git flashing who gives the police the right to let him off. Any decision on his innocence or guilt should be left to a court, unless of course the arresting officer had a prior engagement and didn't want to have to turn up in court on his day off.
 

qman

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#18
While out the other day I was suddenly caught short in the park. Not wanting to urinate in my brand new cashmere y-fronts I took the only sensible option of relieving myself in a bush. Whilst in the act of urinating a mosquito landed on my 'person' and proceeded to infect me with insect aids and malaria. In a state of shock I ran out of the bush whereupon I was rugby tackled by a spotty yoof and pinned to the floor until the police arrived.
I am outraged at what this country has come to whereby a man cannot take a p155 in bush without getting bitten by filthy foreign insects and then jumped upon by chav filth.
 
#19
ViolentBadger said:
marco_poloroid said:
looney; you are indeed a looney. Anyone can make a citizens arrest, as long as the 'citizen' sees the 'offender' committing an offence. And these lads deserved it, by doing their civic duty did they?....mmmm.

You are a slack jawed goon. Go away and point at an aeroplane.

For what it's worth (probably not a lot) I suspect that this , er, offender has made a counter-allegation as no further action was taken against him. I worry that there has been some sort of procedural c**k up, and his solicitor has seen a way for him to a bit of money from the compensation that the police will most likely award him.

I hold my head in despair.
Now marco stop being a police walt, you're not even a PCSO are you....take off your fake uniform step away and tell your mummy you've been a naughty boy again.
Police-Walt or not, he's absolutely correct. :x
 
#20
craftsmanx said:
Considering that there were three witnesses to this sick git flashing who gives the police the right to let him off. Any decision on his innocence or guilt should be left to a court, unless of course the arresting officer had a prior engagement and didn't want to have to turn up in court on his day off.
Who would want to spend their hard earned day off hanging around the den of iniquity that is magistrates court?

Chances are if you do turn up it's ajourned because the defendant has a cold, congnative thinking course, or just can't be bothered. Or if they do turn up their solicitor will, after screwing the Legal Aid scheme for as much as they can by dragging it out, tell them to admit it anyway. It's not just that way for police officers, victims and witnesses are treaed with tghe same contempt.

Much easier to give him a caution or a fixed penalty. Everyones happy, the government can tell the public that they're dealing with crime and pocket any cash from the fixed penalty, ACPO get their detections, and the officer doesn't get his day off disturbed.

Great Success!
 

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