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    Quote Originally Posted by bigwheel View Post
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    A weird and dangerous story though isn't it..I'm sure there will indeed be some sort
    of twist that emerges when we get to know why it happened..
    It certainly is, very bizarre indeed, just strange for it to be a random attack on some innocent woman by a jogger, I'm sure there will be some motive behind it if anyone is charged with whatever offence has been committed we will hopefully find out the right story.


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    Arrested suspect deleted from enquiries. Looks like he was really in US at the time.

    Surprised they haven't published the best photo they have from the video nationally.
    Somebody must recognise the guy. FFS, he's jogging so his work or home base (temp or not) can't be too far away. He also was seen running back which screams to me that his home base is somewhere behind him at the time of the push. (Or maybe he was on a lunch break if it happened around midday?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverhibee View Post
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    It certainly is, very bizarre indeed, just strange for it to be a random attack on some innocent woman by a jogger, I'm sure there will be some motive behind it if anyone is charged with whatever offence has been committed we will hopefully find out the right story.
    It's not really that strange in London. It's not an attack as such it's an idiot barging someone whilst jogging. You don't have to walk very far in London to get shoved or barged by someone!

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    Footage is so bizarre. She's not even in his way! And you're surely not going to forget how close you are to the road/how busy the road is and therefore the danger of throwing someone like that. Unless he had headphones in he'd also hear the big bus only a few metres behind him as he did it. Doesn't even appear to be an argument as they are approaching each other.

    Very strange. And very stupid!

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-41253483

    I really hope they get this b*****d and jail him for a few years. Good to know they are still looking.
    Surely somebody will recognise him from this latest photo and come forward.

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    Glad the Polis didn't follow the advice earlier in this thread or we'd have two innocent men in jail for attempted murder right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy74 View Post
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    It's not really that strange in London. It's not an attack as such it's an idiot barging someone whilst jogging. You don't have to walk very far in London to get shoved or barged by someone!
    Yup. I remember when I first came down being barged from the back in an empty Canary Wharf station. Obviously I was in the way and the 20m room either side of me was too juch of a detour.

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    Then there's this.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...y-scooter.html

    Less outrage this time, it seems.

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    Then there's this.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...y-scooter.html

    Less outrage this time, it seems.
    Some mobility scooters are a total menace. Folk flying about on them on busy pavements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Some mobility scooters are a total menace. Folk flying about on them on busy pavements.
    Several years ago my late mother-in-law tried one of the store shopping scooters for her first ever attempt at driving anything. She took off like a bat out of hell and totally demolished one of their displays.
    Oh how I laughed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colr View Post
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    Then there's this.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...y-scooter.html

    Less outrage this time, it seems.
    While nasty for the old dear it's hardly the same as deliberately pushing someone in front of an oncoming bus! So less outrage seems an appropriate response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyeSloan View Post
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    While nasty for the old dear it's hardly the same as deliberately pushing someone in front of an oncoming bus! So less outrage seems an appropriate response.
    Seems it's gone all quiet on this. I amazed that nobody has come forward to identify this moron.
    Somebody must recognise him. How far does the average jogger run?

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