Thanks for the info. I didn't realise.That Bruce geezer is quite ill apparently. He had a bad landing or something after a jump to commemorate D-Day.
Hello Bruce, you should have 'PM'd me brother. I could have arranged all of those injuries at an 'ARRSE' social gathering here in London without going to all of that International parlava and parachuting stuff.Thanks for the info. I didn't realise. This is from his facebook page:
'Hi everybody, you may of noticed I’ve been off comms and offline for some time now, here’s the reason why-
Keeping up the traditions of commemorative parachute jumps we do. Very very lucky to still be here, writing this post.
Sustained four broken vertebrae, three cracked ribs, punctuated kidney, internal bleeding, ruptured spleen, pneumonia, staphylococcus infection...all just to name a few of the injuries.
You could say Ive had better days.
Big thanks for all the kind support we’ve received.
God, I'm not him.Hello Bruce, you should have 'PM'd me brother. I could have arranged all of those injuries at an 'ARRSE' social gathering here in London without going to all of that International parlava and parachuting stuff.
Seriously though, well done to you. Really pleased to see you back on the keyboard and in good form
I'm not Bruce Crompton. Long story - I posted a comment from Mr Crompton's Facebook page and it has caused some confusion. I'm not him. I quoted him.