This will make you smile: Little bit of natural justice

#1
Burglar may have foot amputated: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1121226_burglar_may_have_foot_amputated

A BURGLAR may have to have his foot amputated after leaping 30ft from a shop roof to escape police.

Neil Shepley jumped from the second-floor of Greg's Discount Foods in Oldham after trying to steal from the store.

Officers had tried to talk him down, but Shepley, 34, jumped in July last year, breaking three vertebrae and both ankles.

msr
 

B_AND_T

MIA
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#2
msr said:
Burglar may have foot amputated: http://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/s/1121226_burglar_may_have_foot_amputated

A BURGLAR may have to have his foot amputated after leaping 30ft from a shop roof to escape police.

Neil Shepley jumped from the second-floor of Greg's Discount Foods in Oldham after trying to steal from the store.

Officers had tried to talk him down, but Shepley, 34, jumped in July last year, breaking three vertebrae and both ankles.

msr
Puts a whole new slant on Making a break for it.
 

maguire

LE
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#3
do you think he'll try to sue the police?

or will he not have a leg to stand on?

(I'm so very sorry... I'll get me coat.)
 
#4
maguire said:
do you think he'll try to sue the police?

or will he not have a leg to stand on?

(I'm so very sorry... I'll get me coat.)
If he tries and loses, will he have to foot the bill?



(obviously, he'd find it difficult to foot the Bill in future ...)
 
#5
He said: "When the police attempted to arrest the defendant he attempted to kill himself by leaping from the roof. He did that in response to the death of his brother. He remains severely injured as a result of the accident."


Ahhhh bless, ok we shall let him off then.


If he was trying to kill himself, why didnt he do a swallow dive and land on his head then? he was trying to escape, simple as.

Hang him, its the only way he will learn im afraid...
 

maguire

LE
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#6
Excognito said:
maguire said:
do you think he'll try to sue the police?

or will he not have a leg to stand on?

(I'm so very sorry... I'll get me coat.)
If he tries and loses, will he have to foot the bill?



(obviously, he'd find it difficult to foot the Bill in future ...)
you'd make him pay the legal costs after a trauma like that?

have you no sole?
 
#7
He was greiving over the loss of his brother? Then how does he account for the other 31 offences? And he stole nearly £700 from his brother-in-law? Which is it, greive for kin or steal for kin?
 

BuggerAll

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#8
Nothing funny about this at all. This piece of worthless lowlife got let off because of a self inflicted injury. Guess who is paying the medical bills?
 
#10
BuggerAll said:
Nothing funny about this at all. This piece of worthless lowlife got let off because of a self inflicted injury. Guess who is paying the medical bills?
Where Doc Shipmans replacement when you need him? :D
 

Auld-Yin

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#11
So the old Bill gave him a good shoeing then 8)











Hold that taxi.....
 

Biped

LE
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#12
The whole thing about his brother and grief is just an act.

I'm surprised nobody told him to 'break a leg' before he went on stage.









Room for one more?
 

Biped

LE
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#13
Back breaking work, robbery is.
 
#15
Cut his leg off, give him a peg leg made from newspaper and glue.

No benefits as it was self-inflicted, and bill him for the use of NHS services. THe waste of oxygen.
 

BuggerAll

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#17
staines said:
Biped said:
Back breaking work, robbery is.
yeah if only he broke his back instead of his ankles!!!

fcuking pirck!!!!!!!!!!
He broke a couple of vertebrae, unfortunately not his neck or something else fatal.
 

BuggerAll

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#18
Hows this for a sickening thought. Our wonderful government (prop G Brown: an idiot) has a plan to sell Headly Court and set up a rehabilitation Centre of excellence to be shared between the Armed Forces and NHS.

Under this plan worthless pieces of sh1t like the one being discussed here could end up sharing facilities with injured soldiers.
 
#19
BuggerAll said:
Hows this for a sickening thought. The our wonderful government (prop G Brwon: an idiot) has a plan to sell Headly Court and set up a rehabilitation Centre of excellence to be shared between the Armed Forces and NHS.

Under this plan worthless pieces of sh1t like the one being discussed here could end up sharing facilities with injured soldiers.

Unlikely. The place will be so full of worthless p-o-s that there won't be room for the injured soldiers !
 
#20
grownuprafbrat i challenge you to walk on the ward at Pinderfields, JCUH, Sheffield , Oswestry or Stoke Mandeville and say that ...

those guys and girls may be in chairs but it wouldn't stop them beating seven shades out of you ...

engage brain before opening mouth my dear , specialist rehab is specialist rehab especially in terms of neuro and spinals
 
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