Catford fox horror for man on toilet

Catford fox horror for man on toilet

Anthony Schofield says he was attacked by a fox which burst in on him as he sat on the toilet

Anthony Schofield says he was attacked by a fox which burst in on him as he sat on the toilet

Anthony Schofield says he did not even have time to pull up his trousers before pursuing the fox

Anthony Schofield reenacts the fox fight

Anthony Schofield reenacts the fox fight

Anthony Schofield with rescue cat Jessie

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A CATFORD man was driven potty after being attacked by a fox which burst in on him as he sat on the toilet.

Anthony Schofield claims he was quietly going about his business in the little boys’ room on July 1 when the mangy creature strutted in before mauling him, his partner and his pet cat.

The startled 49-year-old leapt up from the bog with his trousers around his ankles before pursuing the creature around the living room in a farcical fox chase.

This Is Local London: Catford fox horror for man on toilet

Mr Schofield, who lives in Ringstead Road, said: "I didn’t even have time to wipe myself.

"I just had to chase after it. It was so quick.

"The fox had pushed its nose through the door. I jumped off the toilet.

"In the meantime it had run into the front room and got the cat.

"It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face.

"It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well.

"It was unbelievable - the strength in the little thing.

"There was blood everywhere.

"It was like a struggle for my life."

This Is Local London: Catford fox horror for man on toilet

His partner-of-10-years Tanny Chapple, 35, joined in the fight and had her finger gnashed at by the bushy-tailed beast which was battling all three victims at once.

The unemployed carpenter says he eventually managed to free himself from the animal’s jaws by hauling it outside - while it was still latched onto his arm.

He was treated at hospital for cuts and bruises while his 14-year-old rescue cat Jessie sustained facial injuries and is still too scared to enter the living room.

This Is Local London: Catford fox horror for man on toilet

Mr Schofield added: "It was so frightening.

"It was like a wild animal.

"We were concerned for our neighbour’s baby next door.

"There are a lot of foxes around here - it was an utter surprise."

He says he underestimated the small fox’s strength but believes even his three-and-a-half-year-old Staffie Clementine - who was shut in the kitchen at the time - would have lost to the fearsome fighter.

The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil went on to say he later felt sorry for the creature's plight but is urging neighbours to be vigilant and keep back doors closed or cover them with netting.

He added: "At the time I wanted to kill the fox. But it must have been in real trouble, really hungry.

"It panicked - I don’t blame it for that."

Lewisham Council has advice on preventing fox problems including not feeding them, securing rubbish, and having concrete bases for sheds and garages.

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10:08am Tue 9 Jul 13

TonyJWHill says...

This sounds like complete and utter nonsense. Perhaps you should get some verification on this sort of story before publishing
This sounds like complete and utter nonsense. Perhaps you should get some verification on this sort of story before publishing TonyJWHill
  • Score: 5

10:08am Tue 9 Jul 13

Tonic says...

Oh per-lease! A new low for the News Shopper? "It was like a wild animal." Er, it IS a wild animal. Simple solution - shut the door!!
Oh per-lease! A new low for the News Shopper? "It was like a wild animal." Er, it IS a wild animal. Simple solution - shut the door!! Tonic
  • Score: 3

10:19am Tue 9 Jul 13

Len Kivingstone says...

Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal? Len Kivingstone
  • Score: 0

10:38am Tue 9 Jul 13

Erith chap says...

A **** good actor.
A **** good actor. Erith chap
  • Score: 1

10:44am Tue 9 Jul 13

Gypo.Joe says...

Anthony Schofield otherwise known as Billy Liar.

I smell bull sheet.
Anthony Schofield otherwise known as Billy Liar. I smell bull sheet. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 8

10:46am Tue 9 Jul 13

TonyJWHill says...

I struggle to believe that any of this story is true aside from the fact that Mr Schofield has a cat.

This seems like someone was bored and rather than check the facts and ensure that this wasn't something he came up with while in the toilet you decided to jump on the anti-fox bandwagon ("busy tailed beast", "blood everywhere", really?!) like so many over stories of supposed fox-attacks that turned out to be fiction.

Cat still scared to go in the living room? Not what the picture of it in the living room shows, is it? It was so quick yet somehow they had time to shut their son in the kitchen in between jumping up from the toilet, being 'mauled' and having its jaws locked on his arm? Really?

You'd be better serving communities by talking sense.
I struggle to believe that any of this story is true aside from the fact that Mr Schofield has a cat. This seems like someone was bored and rather than check the facts and ensure that this wasn't something he came up with while in the toilet you decided to jump on the anti-fox bandwagon ("busy tailed beast", "blood everywhere", really?!) like so many over stories of supposed fox-attacks that turned out to be fiction. Cat still scared to go in the living room? Not what the picture of it in the living room shows, is it? It was so quick yet somehow they had time to shut their son in the kitchen in between jumping up from the toilet, being 'mauled' and having its jaws locked on his arm? Really? You'd be better serving communities by talking sense. TonyJWHill
  • Score: 2

10:57am Tue 9 Jul 13

banjo8 says...

Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please.
Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?
Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please. Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story? banjo8
  • Score: 2

10:59am Tue 9 Jul 13

Erith chap says...

Wonder if he's wiped yet, dirty sod.
Wonder if he's wiped yet, dirty sod. Erith chap
  • Score: 2

11:04am Tue 9 Jul 13

Gypo.Joe says...

Erith chap wrote:
Wonder if he's wiped yet, dirty sod.
That's what the tail of ya shirts for innit ?
[quote][p][bold]Erith chap[/bold] wrote: Wonder if he's wiped yet, dirty sod.[/p][/quote]That's what the tail of ya shirts for innit ? Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 21

11:38am Tue 9 Jul 13

handymanchris says...

Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos.

This is by far the best for amusement.
Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos. This is by far the best for amusement. handymanchris
  • Score: 2

11:45am Tue 9 Jul 13

Gin21 says...

Len Kivingstone wrote:
Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
Are you serious Ken Livingstone.........
..pmsl
[quote][p][bold]Len Kivingstone[/bold] wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?[/p][/quote]Are you serious Ken Livingstone......... ..pmsl Gin21
  • Score: 0

11:46am Tue 9 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

handymanchris wrote:
Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos.

This is by far the best for amusement.
Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper.

As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help.

"bandwagon" comes to mind
[quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos. This is by far the best for amusement.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper. As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help. "bandwagon" comes to mind Threadworm
  • Score: 0

12:03pm Tue 9 Jul 13

danm5577 says...

banjo8 wrote:
Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please.
Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?
Agree, get the foxes side!
[quote][p][bold]banjo8[/bold] wrote: Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please. Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?[/p][/quote]Agree, get the foxes side! danm5577
  • Score: 0

12:36pm Tue 9 Jul 13

caz b says...

Billy Liar Move over Brad Pitt there's a new actor in town
Billy Liar Move over Brad Pitt there's a new actor in town caz b
  • Score: 0

12:49pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Toolbox69 says...

Article written by "Sarah Trotter" and the bloke lives in "Ringstead Road".
Article written by "Sarah Trotter" and the bloke lives in "Ringstead Road". Toolbox69
  • Score: 1

12:59pm Tue 9 Jul 13

handymanchris says...

Threadworm wrote:
handymanchris wrote:
Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos.

This is by far the best for amusement.
Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper.

As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help.

"bandwagon" comes to mind
Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop!
[quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos. This is by far the best for amusement.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper. As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help. "bandwagon" comes to mind[/p][/quote]Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop! handymanchris
  • Score: 0

12:59pm Tue 9 Jul 13

cookster says...

Toolbox69 wrote:
Article written by "Sarah Trotter" and the bloke lives in "Ringstead Road".
Is that near Brownhill Road?
[quote][p][bold]Toolbox69[/bold] wrote: Article written by "Sarah Trotter" and the bloke lives in "Ringstead Road".[/p][/quote]Is that near Brownhill Road? cookster
  • Score: 0

2:27pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Marty1979 says...

"It was like a struggle for my life."
"It was like a struggle for my life." Marty1979
  • Score: 0

2:34pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

handymanchris wrote:
Threadworm wrote:
handymanchris wrote:
Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos.

This is by far the best for amusement.
Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper.

As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help.

"bandwagon" comes to mind
Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop!
???????????
I was saying HE has jumped on the bandwagon of false fo attack reports - leading to him humiliating himself ....
[quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos. This is by far the best for amusement.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper. As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help. "bandwagon" comes to mind[/p][/quote]Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop![/p][/quote]??????????? I was saying HE has jumped on the bandwagon of false fo attack reports - leading to him humiliating himself .... Threadworm
  • Score: 0

2:46pm Tue 9 Jul 13

mysticpoppy8 says...

Utter rubbish, he must be stupid if he thinks that people believe this story. Laughable.
Utter rubbish, he must be stupid if he thinks that people believe this story. Laughable. mysticpoppy8
  • Score: 0

2:55pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Invicta58 says...

Panto season has begun early this year
Panto season has begun early this year Invicta58
  • Score: 0

3:31pm Tue 9 Jul 13

handymanchris says...

Threadworm wrote:
handymanchris wrote:
Threadworm wrote:
handymanchris wrote:
Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos.

This is by far the best for amusement.
Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper.

As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help.

"bandwagon" comes to mind
Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop!
???????????
I was saying HE has jumped on the bandwagon of false fo attack reports - leading to him humiliating himself ....
My bad....

Read that as if it was aimed at me!

Here... Have a virtual beer!
[quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos. This is by far the best for amusement.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper. As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help. "bandwagon" comes to mind[/p][/quote]Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop![/p][/quote]??????????? I was saying HE has jumped on the bandwagon of false fo attack reports - leading to him humiliating himself ....[/p][/quote]My bad.... Read that as if it was aimed at me! Here... Have a virtual beer! handymanchris
  • Score: 0

3:49pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Rev. Sue Scottley says...

I see the standard of Photoshopping at the NS is as high as the standard of journalism.
I see the standard of Photoshopping at the NS is as high as the standard of journalism. Rev. Sue Scottley
  • Score: 0

4:00pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

handymanchris wrote:
Threadworm wrote:
handymanchris wrote:
Threadworm wrote:
handymanchris wrote:
Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos.

This is by far the best for amusement.
Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper.

As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help.

"bandwagon" comes to mind
Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop!
???????????
I was saying HE has jumped on the bandwagon of false fo attack reports - leading to him humiliating himself ....
My bad....

Read that as if it was aimed at me!

Here... Have a virtual beer!
"CHEERS"
[quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]handymanchris[/bold] wrote: Out of all the stories published and the arms crossed in 99% of the photos. This is by far the best for amusement.[/p][/quote]Oh dear, with all the stories the News shopper could publish, I think it will soon be a case the NS is only fit for toilet paper. As for this deek head, think he needs psychiatric help. "bandwagon" comes to mind[/p][/quote]Last time i got on your bandwagon i got off at the next stop![/p][/quote]??????????? I was saying HE has jumped on the bandwagon of false fo attack reports - leading to him humiliating himself ....[/p][/quote]My bad.... Read that as if it was aimed at me! Here... Have a virtual beer![/p][/quote]"CHEERS" Threadworm
  • Score: 0

4:26pm Tue 9 Jul 13

elliejbarrichello says...

Rubbish!! I don't believe this story whatsoever. That cat doesn't look worried at all (I have four cats myself and know them pretty well) The cat does look like it doesn't want to be held on his lap and photographed. I can't see injuries to the cat, and where are the mans injuries??

I used to live in the Grove Park/Downham area and we had lots of foxes in our area and they never caused a problem. We even had a fox family that had two litters of cubs in the garden and they were not a problem at all.

Another Fox attack bandwagon jumper.
Rubbish!! I don't believe this story whatsoever. That cat doesn't look worried at all (I have four cats myself and know them pretty well) The cat does look like it doesn't want to be held on his lap and photographed. I can't see injuries to the cat, and where are the mans injuries?? I used to live in the Grove Park/Downham area and we had lots of foxes in our area and they never caused a problem. We even had a fox family that had two litters of cubs in the garden and they were not a problem at all. Another Fox attack bandwagon jumper. elliejbarrichello
  • Score: 0

4:39pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Irwin says...

A likely story! Mind you Foxes can be crafty little blighters.
I have seen one that dresses up in a suit and ' urges' the local ladies to go and play Bingo with him
Another crafty Fox indeed..
A likely story! Mind you Foxes can be crafty little blighters. I have seen one that dresses up in a suit and ' urges' the local ladies to go and play Bingo with him Another crafty Fox indeed.. Irwin
  • Score: 1

5:17pm Tue 9 Jul 13

TomSimmons says...

What rubbish. Propoganda spread by those looking to get the ban on hunting with dogs repealed? Did the Daily Mail pay for this one? Grrr.
What rubbish. Propoganda spread by those looking to get the ban on hunting with dogs repealed? Did the Daily Mail pay for this one? Grrr. TomSimmons
  • Score: 0

5:41pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol
Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol Inspirationalady28
  • Score: 0

5:43pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

Irwin wrote:
A likely story! Mind you Foxes can be crafty little blighters.
I have seen one that dresses up in a suit and ' urges' the local ladies to go and play Bingo with him
Another crafty Fox indeed..
Foxybingo.com.. Lol
[quote][p][bold]Irwin[/bold] wrote: A likely story! Mind you Foxes can be crafty little blighters. I have seen one that dresses up in a suit and ' urges' the local ladies to go and play Bingo with him Another crafty Fox indeed..[/p][/quote]Foxybingo.com.. Lol Inspirationalady28
  • Score: 0

5:43pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tammy Flugh says...

Worst Tommy Cooper impression ever!
Worst Tommy Cooper impression ever! Tammy Flugh
  • Score: 0

6:08pm Tue 9 Jul 13

ArtMcFart says...

"The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil.." Sorry, but why is it relevant which primary school this guy went to? He's 49!, or has he literally failed to achieve anything else since, other than the title of "unemployed carpenter"?.
"The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil.." Sorry, but why is it relevant which primary school this guy went to? He's 49!, or has he literally failed to achieve anything else since, other than the title of "unemployed carpenter"?. ArtMcFart
  • Score: 0

6:23pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Bevangirl says...

I can only comment - too much information - and Newsshopper - you are beyond the gutter press with articles such as this one. Not funny. I can't imagine Deptford Park Primary School is very pleased that they have been mentioned in this article either!
I can only comment - too much information - and Newsshopper - you are beyond the gutter press with articles such as this one. Not funny. I can't imagine Deptford Park Primary School is very pleased that they have been mentioned in this article either! Bevangirl
  • Score: 0

7:10pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Marty1979 says...

Inspirationalady28 wrote:
Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol
You should know by now you mustn't say anything about staffs
[quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol[/p][/quote]You should know by now you mustn't say anything about staffs Marty1979
  • Score: 0

7:18pm Tue 9 Jul 13

bizzymum says...

"It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face.

"It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well.

How does that work???
"It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face. "It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well. How does that work??? bizzymum
  • Score: 0

7:28pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Len Kivingstone says...

Len Kivingstone wrote:
Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
Since I posted this message you have added the wonderful picture of the fox staring up at the shocked man on the toilet. This picture has satisfied me that your article is completely genuine and I'm sorry to have doubted this superb piece of journalism.
[quote][p][bold]Len Kivingstone[/bold] wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?[/p][/quote]Since I posted this message you have added the wonderful picture of the fox staring up at the shocked man on the toilet. This picture has satisfied me that your article is completely genuine and I'm sorry to have doubted this superb piece of journalism. Len Kivingstone
  • Score: 0

7:48pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Frank Brock says...

This is funny because I once shocked a fox by creeping up on it while it was having a dump, but obviously News Shopper didn't consider that newsworthy.
This is funny because I once shocked a fox by creeping up on it while it was having a dump, but obviously News Shopper didn't consider that newsworthy. Frank Brock
  • Score: 0

8:10pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

TonyJWHill wrote:
This sounds like complete and utter nonsense. Perhaps you should get some verification on this sort of story before publishing
I hope this never happens to you then you would no of the fear.
[quote][p][bold]TonyJWHill[/bold] wrote: This sounds like complete and utter nonsense. Perhaps you should get some verification on this sort of story before publishing[/p][/quote]I hope this never happens to you then you would no of the fear. Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:16pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

Len Kivingstone wrote:
Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later
[quote][p][bold]Len Kivingstone[/bold] wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?[/p][/quote]ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:16pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
Anthony Schofield otherwise known as Billy Liar.

I smell bull sheet.
get a life
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: Anthony Schofield otherwise known as Billy Liar. I smell bull sheet.[/p][/quote]get a life Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:18pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

TonyJWHill wrote:
I struggle to believe that any of this story is true aside from the fact that Mr Schofield has a cat.

This seems like someone was bored and rather than check the facts and ensure that this wasn't something he came up with while in the toilet you decided to jump on the anti-fox bandwagon ("busy tailed beast", "blood everywhere", really?!) like so many over stories of supposed fox-attacks that turned out to be fiction.

Cat still scared to go in the living room? Not what the picture of it in the living room shows, is it? It was so quick yet somehow they had time to shut their son in the kitchen in between jumping up from the toilet, being 'mauled' and having its jaws locked on his arm? Really?

You'd be better serving communities by talking sense.
what son we don't have a son if you read the it properly instead of calling people a liar you would see it said the dog was shut in the kitchen
[quote][p][bold]TonyJWHill[/bold] wrote: I struggle to believe that any of this story is true aside from the fact that Mr Schofield has a cat. This seems like someone was bored and rather than check the facts and ensure that this wasn't something he came up with while in the toilet you decided to jump on the anti-fox bandwagon ("busy tailed beast", "blood everywhere", really?!) like so many over stories of supposed fox-attacks that turned out to be fiction. Cat still scared to go in the living room? Not what the picture of it in the living room shows, is it? It was so quick yet somehow they had time to shut their son in the kitchen in between jumping up from the toilet, being 'mauled' and having its jaws locked on his arm? Really? You'd be better serving communities by talking sense.[/p][/quote]what son we don't have a son if you read the it properly instead of calling people a liar you would see it said the dog was shut in the kitchen Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:19pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

caz b wrote:
Billy Liar Move over Brad Pitt there's a new actor in town
get a life
[quote][p][bold]caz b[/bold] wrote: Billy Liar Move over Brad Pitt there's a new actor in town[/p][/quote]get a life Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:20pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

mysticpoppy8 wrote:
Utter rubbish, he must be stupid if he thinks that people believe this story. Laughable.
lets hope it never happens to you then
[quote][p][bold]mysticpoppy8[/bold] wrote: Utter rubbish, he must be stupid if he thinks that people believe this story. Laughable.[/p][/quote]lets hope it never happens to you then Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:22pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

elliejbarrichello wrote:
Rubbish!! I don't believe this story whatsoever. That cat doesn't look worried at all (I have four cats myself and know them pretty well) The cat does look like it doesn't want to be held on his lap and photographed. I can't see injuries to the cat, and where are the mans injuries??

I used to live in the Grove Park/Downham area and we had lots of foxes in our area and they never caused a problem. We even had a fox family that had two litters of cubs in the garden and they were not a problem at all.

Another Fox attack bandwagon jumper.
what do you talk to your cats and they talk back to you lets hope the foxes in your garden don't eat your cats.
[quote][p][bold]elliejbarrichello[/bold] wrote: Rubbish!! I don't believe this story whatsoever. That cat doesn't look worried at all (I have four cats myself and know them pretty well) The cat does look like it doesn't want to be held on his lap and photographed. I can't see injuries to the cat, and where are the mans injuries?? I used to live in the Grove Park/Downham area and we had lots of foxes in our area and they never caused a problem. We even had a fox family that had two litters of cubs in the garden and they were not a problem at all. Another Fox attack bandwagon jumper.[/p][/quote]what do you talk to your cats and they talk back to you lets hope the foxes in your garden don't eat your cats. Tony12
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8:26pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

Inspirationalady28 wrote:
Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol
the dog and cat get on well together and have been brought up together so the crap you came out with is a load of BULL S***
[quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol[/p][/quote]the dog and cat get on well together and have been brought up together so the crap you came out with is a load of BULL S*** Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:35pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

ArtMcFart wrote:
"The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil.." Sorry, but why is it relevant which primary school this guy went to? He's 49!, or has he literally failed to achieve anything else since, other than the title of "unemployed carpenter"?.
Whats it to you what other jobs I have done since I left school 49 years ago as you put it is your life so sad you have to slag everyone elses off
[quote][p][bold]ArtMcFart[/bold] wrote: "The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil.." Sorry, but why is it relevant which primary school this guy went to? He's 49!, or has he literally failed to achieve anything else since, other than the title of "unemployed carpenter"?.[/p][/quote]Whats it to you what other jobs I have done since I left school 49 years ago as you put it is your life so sad you have to slag everyone elses off Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:36pm Tue 9 Jul 13

treesrgreen says...

A fox regularly walks around the estate where I live looking for food. When I see it (I am 3 floors up) I whistle to it and it is so wild, dangerous and evil that it runs away. I have also seen it sitting feet away from my neighbour's cat - and never has it tried to eat the cat!!
A fox regularly walks around the estate where I live looking for food. When I see it (I am 3 floors up) I whistle to it and it is so wild, dangerous and evil that it runs away. I have also seen it sitting feet away from my neighbour's cat - and never has it tried to eat the cat!! treesrgreen
  • Score: 0

8:36pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

danm5577 wrote:
banjo8 wrote:
Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please.
Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?
Agree, get the foxes side!
how sad
[quote][p][bold]danm5577[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]banjo8[/bold] wrote: Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please. Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?[/p][/quote]Agree, get the foxes side![/p][/quote]how sad Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:38pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

Invicta58 wrote:
Panto season has begun early this year
what you in panto as the wicked witch
[quote][p][bold]Invicta58[/bold] wrote: Panto season has begun early this year[/p][/quote]what you in panto as the wicked witch Tony12
  • Score: 0

8:41pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Tony12 says...

treesrgreen wrote:
A fox regularly walks around the estate where I live looking for food. When I see it (I am 3 floors up) I whistle to it and it is so wild, dangerous and evil that it runs away. I have also seen it sitting feet away from my neighbour's cat - and never has it tried to eat the cat!!
well lets see if you write in when your neighbours cat has been eaten
[quote][p][bold]treesrgreen[/bold] wrote: A fox regularly walks around the estate where I live looking for food. When I see it (I am 3 floors up) I whistle to it and it is so wild, dangerous and evil that it runs away. I have also seen it sitting feet away from my neighbour's cat - and never has it tried to eat the cat!![/p][/quote]well lets see if you write in when your neighbours cat has been eaten Tony12
  • Score: 0

9:01pm Tue 9 Jul 13

Gypo.Joe says...

Tony12 be a nice a man now, sit quietly the men in white coats will be there to take you away soon.

Once the stronger meds kick in you will be fine.
Tony12 be a nice a man now, sit quietly the men in white coats will be there to take you away soon. Once the stronger meds kick in you will be fine. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -1

10:08pm Tue 9 Jul 13

BristleKRS says...

Invicta58 wrote:
Panto season has begun early this year
OH NO IT HASN'T
[quote][p][bold]Invicta58[/bold] wrote: Panto season has begun early this year[/p][/quote]OH NO IT HASN'T BristleKRS
  • Score: 0

12:42am Wed 10 Jul 13

caz b says...

Tony12 wrote:
caz b wrote:
Billy Liar Move over Brad Pitt there's a new actor in town
get a life
Why do I need to get a life for calling him billy liar,I was only stating he was acting. Why only tell me to get a life when each and everyone on here as stated the same. Don't you know what sarcasm is
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]caz b[/bold] wrote: Billy Liar Move over Brad Pitt there's a new actor in town[/p][/quote]get a life[/p][/quote]Why do I need to get a life for calling him billy liar,I was only stating he was acting. Why only tell me to get a life when each and everyone on here as stated the same. Don't you know what sarcasm is caz b
  • Score: 0

1:02am Wed 10 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

BristleKRS wrote:
Invicta58 wrote:
Panto season has begun early this year
OH NO IT HASN'T
OH YES IT OBVIOUSLY HAS..

.JUST LOOK AT THIS STORY FROM MR CRANKY LOL
[quote][p][bold]BristleKRS[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invicta58[/bold] wrote: Panto season has begun early this year[/p][/quote]OH NO IT HASN'T[/p][/quote]OH YES IT OBVIOUSLY HAS.. .JUST LOOK AT THIS STORY FROM MR CRANKY LOL Threadworm
  • Score: 0

3:26am Wed 10 Jul 13

anotherbear45 says...

What a badly written and boring article. The language is like something out of a 'teach yourself journalism' book.
What a badly written and boring article. The language is like something out of a 'teach yourself journalism' book. anotherbear45
  • Score: 0

6:26am Wed 10 Jul 13

Irwin says...

Perhaps he popped in to get some Fox's Bisquits.
Perhaps he popped in to get some Fox's Bisquits. Irwin
  • Score: 0

7:24am Wed 10 Jul 13

Simon bald says...

Tony12 wrote:
Len Kivingstone wrote:
Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later
tony you are a sensitive soul aint you,maybe in your spare time you can build something with your carpentry skills to keep foxes out.in the meantime i have something to keep bullsheet out of my life,and right now Anthony i smell a stack of from this article
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Len Kivingstone[/bold] wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?[/p][/quote]ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later[/p][/quote]tony you are a sensitive soul aint you,maybe in your spare time you can build something with your carpentry skills to keep foxes out.in the meantime i have something to keep bullsheet out of my life,and right now Anthony i smell a stack of from this article Simon bald
  • Score: 0

9:37am Wed 10 Jul 13

madras says...

ha ha - love the photos - not a pair of folded arms to be seen?

Though have to say mate, if you kept the toilet door shut while you went about your business...
ha ha - love the photos - not a pair of folded arms to be seen? Though have to say mate, if you kept the toilet door shut while you went about your business... madras
  • Score: 0

9:54am Wed 10 Jul 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

Marty1979 wrote:
Inspirationalady28 wrote:
Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol
You should know by now you mustn't say anything about staffs
NS do, but never in a nice way..I only mentioned it this way because I wondered why it was locked in the kitchen!! :)
[quote][p][bold]Marty1979[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol[/p][/quote]You should know by now you mustn't say anything about staffs[/p][/quote]NS do, but never in a nice way..I only mentioned it this way because I wondered why it was locked in the kitchen!! :) Inspirationalady28
  • Score: 0

12:25pm Wed 10 Jul 13

the wall says...

Tony12 wrote:
danm5577 wrote:
banjo8 wrote:
Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please.
Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?
Agree, get the foxes side!
how sad
Really ? I think what's sad is that you Tony12 are Anthony Schofield. You rang the paper and got your mug put on the website, you reap what you sow. Everything that you do has repercussions. It comes back to you one way or another. Did you expect everyone to say what a hero you are? Get people buying you pints when you walked into a pub?

You don't like people making a joke out of this story, but you have posed for joke type photos.

You have used the saying 'get a life' the ultimate insult for insecure people who have nothing better to say. People who use this "diss" have no life themselves. They usually say this to feel better about their own sad lives by criticizing someone else's "life".

I think there's more to this.
This is a cry for help, isn't it? You can tell us. In confidence.

You'll always find a comforting word and a virtual shoulder here. Come on, poppet. Let the tears flow and tell us what's really going on.


What I do like about this story is the picture of a Chesterfield Wingback. Reminds me of the old boys club in Hatton Garden 1977.
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danm5577[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]banjo8[/bold] wrote: Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please. Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?[/p][/quote]Agree, get the foxes side![/p][/quote]how sad[/p][/quote]Really ? I think what's sad is that you Tony12 are Anthony Schofield. You rang the paper and got your mug put on the website, you reap what you sow. Everything that you do has repercussions. It comes back to you one way or another. Did you expect everyone to say what a hero you are? Get people buying you pints when you walked into a pub? You don't like people making a joke out of this story, but you have posed for joke type photos. You have used the saying 'get a life' the ultimate insult for insecure people who have nothing better to say. People who use this "diss" have no life themselves. They usually say this to feel better about their own sad lives by criticizing someone else's "life". I think there's more to this. This is a cry for help, isn't it? You can tell us. In confidence. You'll always find a comforting word and a virtual shoulder here. Come on, poppet. Let the tears flow and tell us what's really going on. What I do like about this story is the picture of a Chesterfield Wingback. Reminds me of the old boys club in Hatton Garden 1977. the wall
  • Score: 0

1:07pm Wed 10 Jul 13

johnfirewall says...

Funny these people always have dogs.
Funny these people always have dogs. johnfirewall
  • Score: 0

1:47pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

the wall wrote:
Tony12 wrote:
danm5577 wrote:
banjo8 wrote:
Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please.
Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?
Agree, get the foxes side!
how sad
Really ? I think what's sad is that you Tony12 are Anthony Schofield. You rang the paper and got your mug put on the website, you reap what you sow. Everything that you do has repercussions. It comes back to you one way or another. Did you expect everyone to say what a hero you are? Get people buying you pints when you walked into a pub?

You don't like people making a joke out of this story, but you have posed for joke type photos.

You have used the saying 'get a life' the ultimate insult for insecure people who have nothing better to say. People who use this "diss" have no life themselves. They usually say this to feel better about their own sad lives by criticizing someone else's "life".

I think there's more to this.
This is a cry for help, isn't it? You can tell us. In confidence.

You'll always find a comforting word and a virtual shoulder here. Come on, poppet. Let the tears flow and tell us what's really going on.


What I do like about this story is the picture of a Chesterfield Wingback. Reminds me of the old boys club in Hatton Garden 1977.
I can assure you this has spoken for us all.
Tony...you need help and fast.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]danm5577[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]banjo8[/bold] wrote: Brilliant stuff, what a great laugh. Where's your sense of humour? This is what we want - more of this please. Shouldn't the reporter have spoken to the fox though - just to get his side of the story?[/p][/quote]Agree, get the foxes side![/p][/quote]how sad[/p][/quote]Really ? I think what's sad is that you Tony12 are Anthony Schofield. You rang the paper and got your mug put on the website, you reap what you sow. Everything that you do has repercussions. It comes back to you one way or another. Did you expect everyone to say what a hero you are? Get people buying you pints when you walked into a pub? You don't like people making a joke out of this story, but you have posed for joke type photos. You have used the saying 'get a life' the ultimate insult for insecure people who have nothing better to say. People who use this "diss" have no life themselves. They usually say this to feel better about their own sad lives by criticizing someone else's "life". I think there's more to this. This is a cry for help, isn't it? You can tell us. In confidence. You'll always find a comforting word and a virtual shoulder here. Come on, poppet. Let the tears flow and tell us what's really going on. What I do like about this story is the picture of a Chesterfield Wingback. Reminds me of the old boys club in Hatton Garden 1977.[/p][/quote]I can assure you this has spoken for us all. Tony...you need help and fast. Threadworm
  • Score: 0

2:33pm Wed 10 Jul 13

the wall says...

I heard Tony12 was in the toilet with three p0rn mags, some KY and a wrist support. One of the mags was "40 up". Gives a whole new meaning to "unkempt".
I heard Tony12 was in the toilet with three p0rn mags, some KY and a wrist support. One of the mags was "40 up". Gives a whole new meaning to "unkempt". the wall
  • Score: 0

2:53pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Inspirationalady28 says...

Tony12 wrote:
Inspirationalady28 wrote:
Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol
the dog and cat get on well together and have been brought up together so the crap you came out with is a load of BULL S***
THE CRAP I CAME OUT WITH? Don't make me laugh again please...the 'crap' you came out with is a load of staff-bull s*** so you need to get off the loo and flush it away fast!!! And as for your Staff losing to this fearsome fighter... you, your partner and cat survived it, so why wouldn't your dog too? Lol..
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Inspirationalady28[/bold] wrote: Yeah, as if!!! His Staffie dog was locked in the kitchen..I wonder why? Maybe it got a bit rough with the cat and when he intervened the dog got rough with him...so he blamed it on poor Basil!! Lol[/p][/quote]the dog and cat get on well together and have been brought up together so the crap you came out with is a load of BULL S***[/p][/quote]THE CRAP I CAME OUT WITH? Don't make me laugh again please...the 'crap' you came out with is a load of staff-bull s*** so you need to get off the loo and flush it away fast!!! And as for your Staff losing to this fearsome fighter... you, your partner and cat survived it, so why wouldn't your dog too? Lol.. Inspirationalady28
  • Score: 0

3:06pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Marty1979 says...

Tony12 wrote:
ArtMcFart wrote:
"The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil.." Sorry, but why is it relevant which primary school this guy went to? He's 49!, or has he literally failed to achieve anything else since, other than the title of "unemployed carpenter"?.
Whats it to you what other jobs I have done since I left school 49 years ago as you put it is your life so sad you have to slag everyone elses off
Since you left school 49 years ago? Did they teach arithmetic - surely you would have left secondary school at 16 so that would be 33 years ago, or left primary school at 11 - 38 years ago
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ArtMcFart[/bold] wrote: "The former Deptford Park Primary School pupil.." Sorry, but why is it relevant which primary school this guy went to? He's 49!, or has he literally failed to achieve anything else since, other than the title of "unemployed carpenter"?.[/p][/quote]Whats it to you what other jobs I have done since I left school 49 years ago as you put it is your life so sad you have to slag everyone elses off[/p][/quote]Since you left school 49 years ago? Did they teach arithmetic - surely you would have left secondary school at 16 so that would be 33 years ago, or left primary school at 11 - 38 years ago Marty1979
  • Score: 0

5:15pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Invicta58 says...

Tony12 wrote:
Invicta58 wrote:
Panto season has begun early this year
what you in panto as the wicked witch
Great comeback - I can see you are man of razor sharp wit.

Perhaps we could be a double act?
How about a name, say The Symbolics?

I'll be Sym ...
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invicta58[/bold] wrote: Panto season has begun early this year[/p][/quote]what you in panto as the wicked witch[/p][/quote]Great comeback - I can see you are man of razor sharp wit. Perhaps we could be a double act? How about a name, say The Symbolics? I'll be Sym ... Invicta58
  • Score: 0

5:54pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Gypo.Joe says...

Come on Tone pull ya trowsers up boi and lets hear wot ya gota say now.

Don't forget to wipe ya arse either before you come on here wiv more lies.
Come on Tone pull ya trowsers up boi and lets hear wot ya gota say now. Don't forget to wipe ya arse either before you come on here wiv more lies. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: 0

6:15pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

Invicta58 wrote:
Tony12 wrote:
Invicta58 wrote:
Panto season has begun early this year
what you in panto as the wicked witch
Great comeback - I can see you are man of razor sharp wit.

Perhaps we could be a double act?
How about a name, say The Symbolics?

I'll be Sym ...
Invicta- you are GREAT!!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Invicta58[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Invicta58[/bold] wrote: Panto season has begun early this year[/p][/quote]what you in panto as the wicked witch[/p][/quote]Great comeback - I can see you are man of razor sharp wit. Perhaps we could be a double act? How about a name, say The Symbolics? I'll be Sym ...[/p][/quote]Invicta- you are GREAT!!!!! Threadworm
  • Score: 0

7:04pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Marty1979 says...

Tony12 wrote:
Len Kivingstone wrote:
Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later
So you persuaded a fox to come back for a photo shoot? Was it the same fox that carried out the attack on you & your family & pets?
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Len Kivingstone[/bold] wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?[/p][/quote]ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later[/p][/quote]So you persuaded a fox to come back for a photo shoot? Was it the same fox that carried out the attack on you & your family & pets? Marty1979
  • Score: 0

7:38pm Wed 10 Jul 13

Amelia_40 says...

Hahaha what a liar lol! He thought he'd get his pic and name in the paper and be hailed the local hero but everyone's laughing at him! LOL!!! What a pillock!
Hahaha what a liar lol! He thought he'd get his pic and name in the paper and be hailed the local hero but everyone's laughing at him! LOL!!! What a pillock! Amelia_40
  • Score: 0

12:38am Thu 11 Jul 13

beetawix says...

I am more surprised that so many talk of doing their business in the toilet.
I usually go there for a ****.
I am more surprised that so many talk of doing their business in the toilet. I usually go there for a ****. beetawix
  • Score: 0

1:03am Thu 11 Jul 13

Threadworm says...

"It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face.

"It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well.

"It was unbelievable - the strength in the little thing.

"There was blood everywhere.

"It was like a struggle for my life."


PLEASE BEWARE THERE IS A FOX WITH JAWS THE SIZE OF AN ALLIGATOR AS IT HAD THIS POOR MANS CAT AND HIS ARM IN ITS MOUTH BOTH AT THE SAME TIME.......
I expect the reporter was killing herself laughing really listening to this complete load of twaddle .......
EVERYONE is saying what a pathetic liar he is .........
"It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face. "It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well. "It was unbelievable - the strength in the little thing. "There was blood everywhere. "It was like a struggle for my life." PLEASE BEWARE THERE IS A FOX WITH JAWS THE SIZE OF AN ALLIGATOR AS IT HAD THIS POOR MANS CAT AND HIS ARM IN ITS MOUTH BOTH AT THE SAME TIME....... I expect the reporter was killing herself laughing really listening to this complete load of twaddle ....... EVERYONE is saying what a pathetic liar he is ......... Threadworm
  • Score: 1

1:34am Thu 11 Jul 13

Harold_Monk says...

Isn't that Billy Mitchell?
Isn't that Billy Mitchell? Harold_Monk
  • Score: 0

8:36am Thu 11 Jul 13

Tip-Top says...

Well done NS for providing some top class comedy reading. The written article itself was good, but the pictures topped this off. I bet Sarah Trotter thought she had won the lottery when Tony agreed to pose for those pictures…..I may be guessing here, but does Tanny loves your role playing antics?
Well done NS for providing some top class comedy reading. The written article itself was good, but the pictures topped this off. I bet Sarah Trotter thought she had won the lottery when Tony agreed to pose for those pictures…..I may be guessing here, but does Tanny loves your role playing antics? Tip-Top
  • Score: 0

11:17am Thu 11 Jul 13

claireclc says...

Tony12 wrote:
Len Kivingstone wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?
ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later
Can we see the pictures of yours and the cats injuries please?
[quote][p][bold]Tony12[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Len Kivingstone[/bold] wrote: Convenient that there happened to be a camera man there at the time (personally I never go to the toilet without one either) but why did he not get any photos of said fox, and why did he not assist in chasing the animal?[/p][/quote]ther was no camera man there at the time if you read the article you would see the photos was taken on Friday 4 days later[/p][/quote]Can we see the pictures of yours and the cats injuries please? claireclc
  • Score: 0

12:17pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Simon bald says...

Think big tony has run out of words
Think big tony has run out of words Simon bald
  • Score: 0

4:40pm Thu 11 Jul 13

reasonable75 says...

Harold_Monk wrote:
Isn't that Billy Mitchell?
I wondered that
[quote][p][bold]Harold_Monk[/bold] wrote: Isn't that Billy Mitchell?[/p][/quote]I wondered that reasonable75
  • Score: 0

4:46pm Thu 11 Jul 13

reasonable75 says...

Threadworm wrote:
"It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face. "It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well. "It was unbelievable - the strength in the little thing. "There was blood everywhere. "It was like a struggle for my life." PLEASE BEWARE THERE IS A FOX WITH JAWS THE SIZE OF AN ALLIGATOR AS IT HAD THIS POOR MANS CAT AND HIS ARM IN ITS MOUTH BOTH AT THE SAME TIME....... I expect the reporter was killing herself laughing really listening to this complete load of twaddle ....... EVERYONE is saying what a pathetic liar he is .........
So it had the cat round the neck (quite a mouthful) and, holding on to the cat, then managed to leap up to fasten it's jaw round Tony's arm? Then managed to bite his partner's finger?

With it's mouth full of cat and arm, it couldn't have closed it's mouth on a finger

Yet the pictures of his arms don't show any wounds (strange - as "there was blood everywhere" suggesting serious injury

And why didn't Tony seek medical help for himself & his partner (could have tetanus - or even rabies)

Did he take the cat to a vet?
[quote][p][bold]Threadworm[/bold] wrote: "It had the cat round the neck. She was in shock, bleeding from her face. "It locked itself onto my arm but still had the cat as well. "It was unbelievable - the strength in the little thing. "There was blood everywhere. "It was like a struggle for my life." PLEASE BEWARE THERE IS A FOX WITH JAWS THE SIZE OF AN ALLIGATOR AS IT HAD THIS POOR MANS CAT AND HIS ARM IN ITS MOUTH BOTH AT THE SAME TIME....... I expect the reporter was killing herself laughing really listening to this complete load of twaddle ....... EVERYONE is saying what a pathetic liar he is .........[/p][/quote]So it had the cat round the neck (quite a mouthful) and, holding on to the cat, then managed to leap up to fasten it's jaw round Tony's arm? Then managed to bite his partner's finger? With it's mouth full of cat and arm, it couldn't have closed it's mouth on a finger Yet the pictures of his arms don't show any wounds (strange - as "there was blood everywhere" suggesting serious injury And why didn't Tony seek medical help for himself & his partner (could have tetanus - or even rabies) Did he take the cat to a vet? reasonable75
  • Score: 0

9:10pm Thu 11 Jul 13

Marty1979 says...

I expect he's watching the Basil Brush show (boom boom)
I expect he's watching the Basil Brush show (boom boom) Marty1979
  • Score: 0

9:14pm Thu 11 Jul 13

paulbexleyheath says...

tanny..... you need to try some "vanish " to shift that skid mark from his pants
tanny..... you need to try some "vanish " to shift that skid mark from his pants paulbexleyheath
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10:12am Fri 12 Jul 13

Hk says...

I had to double check the date to make sure it wasnt really April 1!

What a load of rubbish!
I had to double check the date to make sure it wasnt really April 1! What a load of rubbish! Hk
  • Score: 0

11:13pm Fri 12 Jul 13

MellyMellyW says...

"I didn't even have time to wipe myself" .. ewwwww, how common.
"I didn't even have time to wipe myself" .. ewwwww, how common. MellyMellyW
  • Score: 0

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