Threat to throw boy from bridge

#1
Harmless young boy suffers unprovoked attack from two bullies, or little tosser getting a deserved hiding?

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/beds/bucks/herts/8323707.stm

Threat to throw boy from bridge

A boy was held over the side of a bridge in Milton Keynes by two men who threatened to drop him over the edge.

The 13-year-old was walking between Leadenhall and Eaglestone with friends who were pouring a drink over the bridge on to the road below.

Two men stopped their car, slapped the boy in the face and pushed his head over the edge of bridge which crosses the H7, threatening to throw him off.

The boy was pushed to the ground before the men drove off.

Anyone with information about the incident on Thursday is asked to contact police.
I think little scrote getting a well deserved hiding. :twisted:
 
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Format09

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#2
If they were throwing stones or something like that I could understand, but I thinks its taking it a bit too far?
 
#3
1 day drinks, next time paving slabs

he got what he deserved, a tuning in

if they had meant it, they would have thrown the kid over
 
#5
Well we only have the word of the "victim" that they weren't.

Having a gang of feral youths in the village I live in, who whenever they are caught yell "It wasn't me, we did nothing. he's picking on us" if plod do eventually turn up, I'm sure it was not an unprovoked attack.

Still, I'm sure that someone is working on making him sound like Gandhi.
 
#6
Direct, to the point and probably effective.

Even throwing drink of the bridge is dangerous. One minute you can see, next minute you can't.... possibly at a time that is really inconvienient.
 
#7
I think we should all be jolly thankfull they didnt throw the poor lad over, imagine some old dear driving along the road and suddenly a mangled pikey ends up on her lap, shock could kill her
 
#8
It was 2 old school police
 
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PrinceAlbert

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#9
Having lived in MK before I joined up (my parents still live there) I would've stopped and done the same. The walkovers are quite high, and I've seen things thrown off them before. Little fcuker needed a lesson.
 
#10
Twat near where I live (Wellingborough) threw a brick from a foot bridge at an artic, Killed the driver, closed the main A45 for fcukin hours. The locals know who did it, Can't remember if the Police found out or found him. He's still walking the streets though.
 
#11
flamingo said:
Harmless young boy suffers unprovoked attack from two bullies, or little tosser getting a deserved hiding?

Discuss!

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/beds/bucks/herts/8323707.stm

Threat to throw boy from bridge

A boy was held over the side of a bridge in Milton Keynes by two men who threatened to drop him over the edge.

The 13-year-old was walking between Leadenhall and Eaglestone with friends who were pouring a drink over the bridge on to the road below.

Two men stopped their car, slapped the boy in the face and pushed his head over the edge of bridge which crosses the H7, threatening to throw him off.

The boy was pushed to the ground before the men drove off.

Anyone with information about the incident on Thursday is asked to contact police.
I think little scrote getting a well deserved hiding. :twisted:
Seconded. Good drills. :D
 
#12
They should have taught the little fvcker to fly…
 
#15
They would have done better tossing Joe Glenton off the bloody thing.

Gadge
 
#18
Could always sell the bridge to the septics.

They'll buy any old crap.
 
#19
Format09 said:
If they were throwing stones or something like that I could understand, but I thinks its taking it a bit too far?
It depends on your point of view, would you feel that way if it was your car the drink landed on and you didn't know if a stone was following it?
When I'm driving on motorways I always keep a watchful eye on overhead bridges that have people on stood them, ever since taxi driver David Wilkie was killed by a block of concrete during the miners strike. Poor sod.
 
#20
On a cold winter's day close to Oxford, it happened to me.

There were some 'yoofs' standing on a bridge over the A40 and one minute I was looking out of the windscreen, the next minute I was effectively blind thanks to the 'yoofs' and a piece of a brick. By punching a hole in the (non-laminated) screen, I was able to see (ish) and managed to stop the car without wasting myself, my cousin, the other traffic or the crash barriers. All thoughts of revenge had disappeared and I was more interested in how we were going to continue the journey and also on checking the integrity of my underpants.

Not a very pleasant experience. Though nor was the head-on crash (which wasn't my fault), we had on the way back. :(

RIP (yet another) Mk1 Cortina
 

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