Potential jumper heckled

#3
Sorry don't see a problem here.

A bloke was threatening to top himself in York a while back and the same thing happened, except our chap had the balls to actually go through with it :thumleft:

Dumb ass just ended up breaking both his legs though - he was only two storeys up :scratch:
 
#8
Bloody attention seeker.

If he'd intended to top himself then he'd have done it privately and out of the way where no-one could have stopped him.
 
#9
Remeber this was Yorkshire....

the tight cunt was probably just looking for an alternative to paying
£4.80 to get his car out of the place.
 
#10
All this because he forgot to pay before attempting to drive out.
 
#11
Civvy_Shot said:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/south_yorkshire/6408991.stm

Is it wrong to find this amusing? Some people at work are looking at me a bit oddly now.
No it's the normal reaction, when I was 12 we went on a school trip to london and while on the coach back we got diverted because some looser wanted to jump of a building, being the nice little child that we were when we were close enought to the building to see him everyone was banging on the windows shout "do it" "jump" so I would say your reaction was perfectly normal!
 
#12
I wouldn't have said a word.

Just played Van Halen's greatest (and only) hit very loud.
 
#13
This is not a new thing.

When I was a teenager and lived in Manchester, there was a transvestite on the roof of Kendal's department store threatening to jump. A large crowd gathered and loudly encouraged him to fckng get on with it then.

I don't know what happened as i got bored and went off to the old loke shop in Tibb Street.
 
#14
It's definitely not a caring society anymore.

So why should I give a fcuk?
 
#15
What would these people have thought if it was one of their relatives up there?
Pc Mark Dyson
Pc Dyson has obviously never met some of my relatives.
 
#16
I suppose PC Dyson was hoping to grab him.

As Dysons are the only hand held that don't ever lose suction.
 
#17
Random_Task said:
What would these people have thought if it was one of their relatives up there?
Pc Mark Dyson
Pc Dyson has obviously never met some of my relatives.
If it'd been one of my relatives they'd probably be singing 'I believe I can fly' while trying to remember where they had left their medication
 
#18
Civvy_Shot said:
Random_Task said:
What would these people have thought if it was one of their relatives up there?
Pc Mark Dyson
Pc Dyson has obviously never met some of my relatives.
If it'd been one of my relatives they'd probably be singing 'I believe I can fly' while trying to remember where they had left their medication
Flying in the face of adversity?
 
#19
sniper_bob said:
PMSL! Straight out of a Monty Python sketch!
More like Derek & Clive I thought:

"Jump you f**ker jump!
Jump and I will catch you in this ere blanklet wot oi am 'olding
Eee jumped - hit the deck
Broke 'is facking neck
There was no blanket!
Oi aven't laffed so much since my auntie Mabel caught 'er left tit in the mangle"

etc etc.
 
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