VIDEO: Barman carried for half-a-mile on car bonnet after trying to stop OAP from fleeing crash scene in Southbourne

VIDEO: Barman carried for half-a-mile on bonnet of man's car in Southbourne

Paul Malin had a ride from hell on top of a car

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THIS CCTV captures the moment a bartender was driven along the streets of Southbourne on the bonnet of a man’s car.

Paul Malin, who is employed at the Grove Tavern, was working in the cellar of the pub on Wednesday when a customer spotted a pensioner crashing into his parked car.

After running out to try and stop the motorist driving away, the 26-year-old was struck by the vehicle – and was taken on a precarious half-mile ride to Dingle Way on the bonnet of the car.

When the motorist finally stopped, Paul claims he was viciously punched in the face.

He said: “It was a horrible situation to be in.

“The police asked me why I got on the car, but I didn’t really have a choice – it was that or go under it. I was caught off-guard and I had to grab onto the windscreen wipers to keep from falling off.”

The driver, who smoked throughout the journey, swerved while driving in an attempt to try and dislodge Paul.

The bartender was taken to hospital afterwards for x-rays to his left jaw, and was eventually diagnosed with muscular trauma.

He said: “I’m not a confrontational person.

“I was so shocked by what happened, and I’ve been struggling to sleep since. The severity of the situation didn’t really hit me until I was in A&E.”

CCTV shows bartender Paul Malin trying to stop the car from 5 minutes and 3 seconds in

Clive Mace, who owns the Grove Tavern, said: “It was just unbelievable. Paul was trying to stop the bloke driving away after he hit his car.

“The man leaned out of his window and told him he was leaving, so Paul stood in front of his car to try and stop him. But he just drove at him.”

Mr Mace added: “He could easily have gone under the car.

“Paul wouldn’t hurt anyone – he’s a lovely bloke and it’s shocked us all.”

A spokesperson from Dorset Police confirmed that no arrests have yet been made, and officers are continuing to investigate.

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6:26am Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

I thought my reversing has deteriorated over the years but I feel a little more confident now in my abilities.GET THE DRIVER OFF THE ROAD AND FECKING QUICK
I thought my reversing has deteriorated over the years but I feel a little more confident now in my abilities.GET THE DRIVER OFF THE ROAD AND FECKING QUICK retry69
  • Score: 142

6:55am Thu 16 Jan 14

Moro99 says...

The police asked why he got on the car?!
The police asked why he got on the car?! Moro99
  • Score: 91

7:45am Thu 16 Jan 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
I thought my reversing has deteriorated over the years but I feel a little more confident now in my abilities.GET THE DRIVER OFF THE ROAD AND FECKING QUICK
If it had got as bad as that, Lord Elpus !!
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: I thought my reversing has deteriorated over the years but I feel a little more confident now in my abilities.GET THE DRIVER OFF THE ROAD AND FECKING QUICK[/p][/quote]If it had got as bad as that, Lord Elpus !! Lord Spring
  • Score: 18

8:08am Thu 16 Jan 14

BIGTONE says...

Quality parking.
It will have no reverse gear now.
I recon it's an OAP driver that's uses a white stick and not a gear stick.
Quality parking. It will have no reverse gear now. I recon it's an OAP driver that's uses a white stick and not a gear stick. BIGTONE
  • Score: 18

8:54am Thu 16 Jan 14

Joonafin says...

"A spokesperson from Dorset Police confirmed that no arrests have yet been made, and officers are continuing to investigate"
Erm... Why not??
Seems pretty clear to me at least one offence had ocurred, no?
"A spokesperson from Dorset Police confirmed that no arrests have yet been made, and officers are continuing to investigate" Erm... Why not?? Seems pretty clear to me at least one offence had ocurred, no? Joonafin
  • Score: 127

9:03am Thu 16 Jan 14

martin1512 says...

Considering this happened over a week ago, could someone please explain to me why the police have made no arrests yet. We have at least 2 witnesses and CCTV evidence, what more do they need? Come on Dorset police, get off your lazy backsides and do something.
Considering this happened over a week ago, could someone please explain to me why the police have made no arrests yet. We have at least 2 witnesses and CCTV evidence, what more do they need? Come on Dorset police, get off your lazy backsides and do something. martin1512
  • Score: 172

9:04am Thu 16 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

Not only was his parking atrocious I don't think he even realised he'd reversed straight into the car? He'll probably claim that the "hooligan" attacked him through the window and fearing for his life he drove off?
Not only was his parking atrocious I don't think he even realised he'd reversed straight into the car? He'll probably claim that the "hooligan" attacked him through the window and fearing for his life he drove off? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 57

9:14am Thu 16 Jan 14

Townee says...

Attempted murder, driving at him, not stopping when the guy was on the bonnet and the hitting him.
Needs locking up and licence taking away.
Attempted murder, driving at him, not stopping when the guy was on the bonnet and the hitting him. Needs locking up and licence taking away. Townee
  • Score: 106

9:23am Thu 16 Jan 14

The Liberal says...

Surely someone must have noted the licence plate, such as the person running after the car? So why no arrests? This driver could still be driving around, endangering other members of the public.
Surely someone must have noted the licence plate, such as the person running after the car? So why no arrests? This driver could still be driving around, endangering other members of the public. The Liberal
  • Score: 62

9:27am Thu 16 Jan 14

billy bumble says...

I hope Paul puts in an Insurance claim

The consequences of that to the driver will be much more keenly felt than any wishy washy attempt at criminal prosecution
I hope Paul puts in an Insurance claim The consequences of that to the driver will be much more keenly felt than any wishy washy attempt at criminal prosecution billy bumble
  • Score: 26

9:30am Thu 16 Jan 14

Bournemouth87 says...

Wow judging by the cctv if the police had of caught him when the incident happened he would have also been arrested for drink driving. Fingers crossed he gets caught and taken off the road for a long time.
Wow judging by the cctv if the police had of caught him when the incident happened he would have also been arrested for drink driving. Fingers crossed he gets caught and taken off the road for a long time. Bournemouth87
  • Score: 55

10:02am Thu 16 Jan 14

Lucy Lastick says...

Judging by the way the driver was trying to park the car he shouldn't be on the road, whatever his age. It's worrying that people like that might be on the road at the same time as I am.
Judging by the way the driver was trying to park the car he shouldn't be on the road, whatever his age. It's worrying that people like that might be on the road at the same time as I am. Lucy Lastick
  • Score: 41

10:08am Thu 16 Jan 14

SnakeDoc says...

The Liberal wrote:
Surely someone must have noted the licence plate, such as the person running after the car? So why no arrests? This driver could still be driving around, endangering other members of the public.
Licence plate?? Our vehicles are not classed as "licenced" in this country by purely displaying a registration plate. Think you must believe this story to be from America, or you have been watching too many US 'cop' shows!
[quote][p][bold]The Liberal[/bold] wrote: Surely someone must have noted the licence plate, such as the person running after the car? So why no arrests? This driver could still be driving around, endangering other members of the public.[/p][/quote]Licence plate?? Our vehicles are not classed as "licenced" in this country by purely displaying a registration plate. Think you must believe this story to be from America, or you have been watching too many US 'cop' shows! SnakeDoc
  • Score: -69

10:13am Thu 16 Jan 14

smhinto says...

Knowing Bournemouth Police we will probably find that the driver of the car will not be prosecuted as he is a poor OAP that probably did'nt know what he was doing when he damaged someone vehicle and we should all be leniant with him. In addition, the bloke who held on to the bonnett probably accidentially 'head butted' the pensioners fist and should'nt have been so silly!!
.
Knowing Bournemouth Police we will probably find that the driver of the car will not be prosecuted as he is a poor OAP that probably did'nt know what he was doing when he damaged someone vehicle and we should all be leniant with him. In addition, the bloke who held on to the bonnett probably accidentially 'head butted' the pensioners fist and should'nt have been so silly!! . smhinto
  • Score: 27

10:48am Thu 16 Jan 14

spooki says...

Why were they trying to park there in the first place? It's on yellow lines and too near to a corner/junction. But then if you're happy to drive thru Southbourne with a man on your bonnet I don't suppose that bothered them.
Why were they trying to park there in the first place? It's on yellow lines and too near to a corner/junction. But then if you're happy to drive thru Southbourne with a man on your bonnet I don't suppose that bothered them. spooki
  • Score: 33

10:49am Thu 16 Jan 14

beachcomber27 says...

Shocking that drivers of this level of incompetence are on our roads every day !!!
Shocking that drivers of this level of incompetence are on our roads every day !!! beachcomber27
  • Score: 29

10:49am Thu 16 Jan 14

Lord Spring says...

Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates.

Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump.

What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one
Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates. Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump. What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one Lord Spring
  • Score: 9

10:51am Thu 16 Jan 14

speedy231278 says...

martin1512 wrote:
Considering this happened over a week ago, could someone please explain to me why the police have made no arrests yet. We have at least 2 witnesses and CCTV evidence, what more do they need? Come on Dorset police, get off your lazy backsides and do something.
There's probably no money in it for them.
[quote][p][bold]martin1512[/bold] wrote: Considering this happened over a week ago, could someone please explain to me why the police have made no arrests yet. We have at least 2 witnesses and CCTV evidence, what more do they need? Come on Dorset police, get off your lazy backsides and do something.[/p][/quote]There's probably no money in it for them. speedy231278
  • Score: 16

10:53am Thu 16 Jan 14

Chris the plumber says...

as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !! Chris the plumber
  • Score: -72

10:58am Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Lord Spring wrote:
Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates.

Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump.

What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one
And when a man with a flag walked in front ?
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates. Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump. What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one[/p][/quote]And when a man with a flag walked in front ? retry69
  • Score: -11

11:07am Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates.

Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump.

What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one
And when a man with a flag walked in front ?
You down thumbed me you swine lol
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates. Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump. What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one[/p][/quote]And when a man with a flag walked in front ?[/p][/quote]You down thumbed me you swine lol retry69
  • Score: -10

11:13am Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
Welcome to Chris the plumber world, unbelievable FFS
[quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]Welcome to Chris the plumber world, unbelievable FFS retry69
  • Score: 23

11:18am Thu 16 Jan 14

foggy1965 says...

the passenger should get fined too? she chucked rubbish on the curb when she 1st opened the door... nick her too.
that driver should never be let on the road again.
the passenger should get fined too? she chucked rubbish on the curb when she 1st opened the door... nick her too. that driver should never be let on the road again. foggy1965
  • Score: 31

11:23am Thu 16 Jan 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates.

Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump.

What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one
And when a man with a flag walked in front ?
You down thumbed me you swine lol
Not me guv.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates. Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump. What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one[/p][/quote]And when a man with a flag walked in front ?[/p][/quote]You down thumbed me you swine lol[/p][/quote]Not me guv. Lord Spring
  • Score: -1

11:27am Thu 16 Jan 14

mgibbs says...

retry69 wrote:
Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
Welcome to Chris the plumber world, unbelievable FFS
What?? Did you see the CCTV? No one threatened the driver, the guy who was hit simply tried to stop the driver fleeing the scene of an accident by standing in front of his vehicle.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]Welcome to Chris the plumber world, unbelievable FFS[/p][/quote]What?? Did you see the CCTV? No one threatened the driver, the guy who was hit simply tried to stop the driver fleeing the scene of an accident by standing in front of his vehicle. mgibbs
  • Score: 23

11:37am Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Lord Spring wrote:
retry69 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Lord Spring wrote:
Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates.

Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump.

What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one
And when a man with a flag walked in front ?
You down thumbed me you swine lol
Not me guv.
My apologies im still a bit overheated from reading some of the comments yesterday, so much so the boss has sat me next to the fridge to cool off.I notice my stalker troll is not around accusing me of ageism, he has been quite lately perhaps hes moved,one lives in hope.
[quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Lord Spring[/bold] wrote: Ironically I wonder if any damage was caused to either vehicle so it could have been resolved amicably at the scene. As in many cases a single event escalates. Also remember the days when cars had bumpers with over riders and could withstand a slight bump. What does concern me is pedestrians walking behind a reversing vehicle especially this one[/p][/quote]And when a man with a flag walked in front ?[/p][/quote]You down thumbed me you swine lol[/p][/quote]Not me guv.[/p][/quote]My apologies im still a bit overheated from reading some of the comments yesterday, so much so the boss has sat me next to the fridge to cool off.I notice my stalker troll is not around accusing me of ageism, he has been quite lately perhaps hes moved,one lives in hope. retry69
  • Score: -7

12:11pm Thu 16 Jan 14

mikeymagic says...

Take away his license and crush the car/weapon. Assuming the police can find him that is!
Take away his license and crush the car/weapon. Assuming the police can find him that is! mikeymagic
  • Score: 15

12:24pm Thu 16 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

Maybe he could not see for the all the cigarette smoke - disgusting habit!
Maybe he could not see for the all the cigarette smoke - disgusting habit! suzigirl
  • Score: 0

12:26pm Thu 16 Jan 14

a.g.o.g. says...

""when a customer spotted a pensioner crashing into his parked car........""

local knowledge is this or or just another bit of ageist.reportage?
""when a customer spotted a pensioner crashing into his parked car........"" local knowledge is this or or just another bit of ageist.reportage? a.g.o.g.
  • Score: -12

12:35pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Theres two of them!!! Mention ageism and out they come lol
Theres two of them!!! Mention ageism and out they come lol retry69
  • Score: 1

12:38pm Thu 16 Jan 14

ekimnoslen says...

Tricky really. The collision is probably not a technically a crime so the driver may only be guilty of falling to give his name and address at the scene of the accident.
The guy on the bonnet however, may be guilty attempting to hi jack the car, riding without a seat belt etc etc.
Why not just take the vehicles registration number and follow the usual procedures?
Tricky really. The collision is probably not a technically a crime so the driver may only be guilty of falling to give his name and address at the scene of the accident. The guy on the bonnet however, may be guilty attempting to hi jack the car, riding without a seat belt etc etc. Why not just take the vehicles registration number and follow the usual procedures? ekimnoslen
  • Score: -24

12:44pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Letcommonsenseprevail says...

Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.
Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60. Letcommonsenseprevail
  • Score: 5

12:54pm Thu 16 Jan 14

UrbanCrab says...

Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face.

I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.
[quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face. I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer. UrbanCrab
  • Score: 17

12:54pm Thu 16 Jan 14

speedy231278 says...

Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
Do they also instruct you to try and run people over, then carry them on your bonnet down the road?
[quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]Do they also instruct you to try and run people over, then carry them on your bonnet down the road? speedy231278
  • Score: 13

1:00pm Thu 16 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

Letcommonsenseprevai
l
wrote:
Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.
My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP!
[quote][p][bold]Letcommonsenseprevai l[/bold] wrote: Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.[/p][/quote]My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP! suzigirl
  • Score: -15

1:01pm Thu 16 Jan 14

bogtrotter says...

This has to be a wind up? Leave the scene of the collision is one thing that can possibly be mitgated if he was unaware. However, attempting to mow the lad down and then assaulting him are both surely crimes. How has he not been arrested and questioned yet? Utterly embarrassing
This has to be a wind up? Leave the scene of the collision is one thing that can possibly be mitgated if he was unaware. However, attempting to mow the lad down and then assaulting him are both surely crimes. How has he not been arrested and questioned yet? Utterly embarrassing bogtrotter
  • Score: 22

1:02pm Thu 16 Jan 14

bogtrotter says...

And who gives a **** how old the offender is, totally irrelevant.
And who gives a **** how old the offender is, totally irrelevant. bogtrotter
  • Score: 15

1:27pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Dorset Mitch says...

suzigirl wrote:
Letcommonsenseprevai l wrote: Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.
My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP!
Doesn't mean he is safe lol.

When your licence expires every 10 years you should have to go for a reassessment. This will increase the standard of drivers, increase jobs (more people needed to do the tests) and more money into the public funds.
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letcommonsenseprevai l[/bold] wrote: Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.[/p][/quote]My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP![/p][/quote]Doesn't mean he is safe lol. When your licence expires every 10 years you should have to go for a reassessment. This will increase the standard of drivers, increase jobs (more people needed to do the tests) and more money into the public funds. Dorset Mitch
  • Score: 5

1:34pm Thu 16 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

suzigirl wrote:
Letcommonsenseprevai

l
wrote:
Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.
My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP!
YOU HAVE A HIS HUSBAND.No wander he bought a fast bike.I,d want a jet
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letcommonsenseprevai l[/bold] wrote: Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.[/p][/quote]My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP![/p][/quote]YOU HAVE A HIS HUSBAND.No wander he bought a fast bike.I,d want a jet kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -6

1:45pm Thu 16 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

retry69 wrote:
Theres two of them!!! Mention ageism and out they come lol
Wimborne have been in touch.Do want to be you want to their Village Idiot?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Theres two of them!!! Mention ageism and out they come lol[/p][/quote]Wimborne have been in touch.Do want to be you want to their Village Idiot? kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -5

2:13pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ? retry69
  • Score: 1

2:18pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Nicky, apparantly Wimborne is looking for a village idiot, I can do weekends but I am in Southampton during the week and you are just up the road,can you do weekdays ? :)
Nicky, apparantly Wimborne is looking for a village idiot, I can do weekends but I am in Southampton during the week and you are just up the road,can you do weekdays ? :) retry69
  • Score: 10

2:22pm Thu 16 Jan 14

speedy231278 says...

retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian speedy231278
  • Score: 3

2:23pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
OOOH I SAY :)
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]OOOH I SAY :) retry69
  • Score: 2

2:28pm Thu 16 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

Dorset Mitch wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
Letcommonsenseprevai l wrote: Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.
My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP!
Doesn't mean he is safe lol. When your licence expires every 10 years you should have to go for a reassessment. This will increase the standard of drivers, increase jobs (more people needed to do the tests) and more money into the public funds.
I agree he has to look out all the time for OAP car drivers LOL!
[quote][p][bold]Dorset Mitch[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Letcommonsenseprevai l[/bold] wrote: Another reason why OAP's need to be re-tested every 5 years after 60.[/p][/quote]My husband rides a motorbike which is capable of 204 mph and he is an OAP![/p][/quote]Doesn't mean he is safe lol. When your licence expires every 10 years you should have to go for a reassessment. This will increase the standard of drivers, increase jobs (more people needed to do the tests) and more money into the public funds.[/p][/quote]I agree he has to look out all the time for OAP car drivers LOL! suzigirl
  • Score: 1

2:30pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ? retry69
  • Score: -2

2:32pm Thu 16 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

I would never have flushed your head down the loo
or given you a wedgie
had I known you cried so much George
I'm SORRY
it was just another day at the office.
I would never have flushed your head down the loo or given you a wedgie had I known you cried so much George I'm SORRY it was just another day at the office. nickynoodah
  • Score: -11

2:33pm Thu 16 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

I thought it was supposed to read quiet anyway, not quite or quote?
I thought it was supposed to read quiet anyway, not quite or quote? BarrHumbug
  • Score: -1

2:48pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
Nicky, apparantly Wimborne is looking for a village idiot, I can do weekends but I am in Southampton during the week and you are just up the road,can you do weekdays ? :)
That's not right, give some of us a chance as well. I could do Market Day
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Nicky, apparantly Wimborne is looking for a village idiot, I can do weekends but I am in Southampton during the week and you are just up the road,can you do weekdays ? :)[/p][/quote]That's not right, give some of us a chance as well. I could do Market Day Lord Spring
  • Score: 0

2:51pm Thu 16 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

retry69 wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?
Riche & instruits
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?[/p][/quote]Riche & instruits kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -3

2:55pm Thu 16 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Fecking trollI as far as I know
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Fecking trollI as far as I know kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -4

2:56pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Lord Spring says...

retry69 wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?
72.0342 euros that's for starters
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?[/p][/quote]72.0342 euros that's for starters Lord Spring
  • Score: 2

3:08pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Dorset Logic says...

The Police asked why he tried to stop the car.

Honest answer is probably because he knew they would do Jack about it.
The Police asked why he tried to stop the car. Honest answer is probably because he knew they would do Jack about it. Dorset Logic
  • Score: 11

3:10pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Dorset Logic says...

smhinto wrote:
Knowing Bournemouth Police we will probably find that the driver of the car will not be prosecuted as he is a poor OAP that probably did'nt know what he was doing when he damaged someone vehicle and we should all be leniant with him. In addition, the bloke who held on to the bonnett probably accidentially 'head butted' the pensioners fist and should'nt have been so silly!!
.
No doubt the OAP is one of those that is oft heard to quote - "youth of today"
[quote][p][bold]smhinto[/bold] wrote: Knowing Bournemouth Police we will probably find that the driver of the car will not be prosecuted as he is a poor OAP that probably did'nt know what he was doing when he damaged someone vehicle and we should all be leniant with him. In addition, the bloke who held on to the bonnett probably accidentially 'head butted' the pensioners fist and should'nt have been so silly!! .[/p][/quote]No doubt the OAP is one of those that is oft heard to quote - "youth of today" Dorset Logic
  • Score: 1

3:11pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Womble74 says...

I'm wondering if this is the same person that reversed into my car last Saturday! Time will tell if the registration plate is genuine on his car. I've reported the car that hit and run on me and am currently going through insurance to repair the damage.
I'm wondering if this is the same person that reversed into my car last Saturday! Time will tell if the registration plate is genuine on his car. I've reported the car that hit and run on me and am currently going through insurance to repair the damage. Womble74
  • Score: 5

3:25pm Thu 16 Jan 14

BIGTONE says...

retry69 wrote:
Nicky, apparantly Wimborne is looking for a village idiot, I can do weekends but I am in Southampton during the week and you are just up the road,can you do weekdays ? :)
Only if he got 6 fingers and webbed feet........and 1 brain cell of an amoeba.

Yep put him in for that then.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Nicky, apparantly Wimborne is looking for a village idiot, I can do weekends but I am in Southampton during the week and you are just up the road,can you do weekdays ? :)[/p][/quote]Only if he got 6 fingers and webbed feet........and 1 brain cell of an amoeba. Yep put him in for that then. BIGTONE
  • Score: 4

3:28pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Butterfly Collector says...

Can't be that many green Subaru's in the Southbourne area.
She looked as though she was walking across the road to the bank, so check their camera's as they should be better quality.
Wonder how she got home after he left her there?
Can't be that many green Subaru's in the Southbourne area. She looked as though she was walking across the road to the bank, so check their camera's as they should be better quality. Wonder how she got home after he left her there? Butterfly Collector
  • Score: 4

3:47pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

Everyones a wise guy lol :)
Everyones a wise guy lol :) retry69
  • Score: 0

4:01pm Thu 16 Jan 14

constant gardener says...

beachcomber27 wrote:
Shocking that drivers of this level of incompetence are on our roads every day !!!
Yes I agree, it is beyond belief that this person could still be on our roads as we speak, where are the police when they are needed, judging by the video the driver had either been drinking or he had forgotten his spectacles or both !!! How long does it take to trace the registration of a car, no excuse in this case.
[quote][p][bold]beachcomber27[/bold] wrote: Shocking that drivers of this level of incompetence are on our roads every day !!![/p][/quote]Yes I agree, it is beyond belief that this person could still be on our roads as we speak, where are the police when they are needed, judging by the video the driver had either been drinking or he had forgotten his spectacles or both !!! How long does it take to trace the registration of a car, no excuse in this case. constant gardener
  • Score: 6

4:05pm Thu 16 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D
Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D BarrHumbug
  • Score: 0

4:06pm Thu 16 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
retry69 wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Fecking trollI as far as I know
You should know - you are one!
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Fecking trollI as far as I know[/p][/quote]You should know - you are one! suzigirl
  • Score: -2

4:14pm Thu 16 Jan 14

constant gardener says...

retry69 wrote:
Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
Welcome to Chris the plumber world, unbelievable FFS
Parking skills obviously not, driving ability seriously in question especially attempting to park on a busy road junction and on obvious double yellow lines. Chris the plumber, stick to your day job or perhaps train to be a traffic warden, or on second thoughts perhaps not.
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]Welcome to Chris the plumber world, unbelievable FFS[/p][/quote]Parking skills obviously not, driving ability seriously in question especially attempting to park on a busy road junction and on obvious double yellow lines. Chris the plumber, stick to your day job or perhaps train to be a traffic warden, or on second thoughts perhaps not. constant gardener
  • Score: 4

4:17pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

suzigirl wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
retry69 wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Fecking trollI as far as I know
You should know - you are one!
FCP
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Fecking trollI as far as I know[/p][/quote]You should know - you are one![/p][/quote]FCP retry69
  • Score: -1

4:17pm Thu 16 Jan 14

SeafaringMan says...

retry69 wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
OOOH I SAY :)
Hollande?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]OOOH I SAY :)[/p][/quote]Hollande? SeafaringMan
  • Score: -1

4:19pm Thu 16 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

Put your derivative away George
its shrinking you know
Put your derivative away George its shrinking you know nickynoodah
  • Score: -7

4:20pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D
They can dish it out but cant take it,not for the first time if my suspicions are correct LMFAO :)
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D[/p][/quote]They can dish it out but cant take it,not for the first time if my suspicions are correct LMFAO :) retry69
  • Score: 5

4:42pm Thu 16 Jan 14

speedy231278 says...

retry69 wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?
Le councillor?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?[/p][/quote]Le councillor? speedy231278
  • Score: 1

4:47pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
speedy231278 wrote:
retry69 wrote:
Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Parisian
Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?
Le councillor?
Le fecking funny :)
[quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]speedy231278[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Parisian[/p][/quote]Whats French for a troll with a £60,000 range rover then ?[/p][/quote]Le councillor?[/p][/quote]Le fecking funny :) retry69
  • Score: -1

4:48pm Thu 16 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

retry69 wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
kalebmoledirt wrote:
retry69 wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?
Fecking trollI as far as I know
You should know - you are one!
FCP
GMT
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: Whats French for fecking troll ? Anyone ?[/p][/quote]Fecking trollI as far as I know[/p][/quote]You should know - you are one![/p][/quote]FCP[/p][/quote]GMT suzigirl
  • Score: -3

4:52pm Thu 16 Jan 14

retry69 says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D
Of course it may have just been the spelling mistake :)
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D[/p][/quote]Of course it may have just been the spelling mistake :) retry69
  • Score: -1

4:57pm Thu 16 Jan 14

rusty james says...

Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
'Notorious pub'? Notorious for what? Bad karaoke? Judging by your comments I'd say you've been inhaling too much pipe weld.
[quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]'Notorious pub'? Notorious for what? Bad karaoke? Judging by your comments I'd say you've been inhaling too much pipe weld. rusty james
  • Score: 9

4:59pm Thu 16 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

retry69 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D
They can dish it out but cant take it,not for the first time if my suspicions are correct LMFAO :)
maybe I was right with what i said?
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D[/p][/quote]They can dish it out but cant take it,not for the first time if my suspicions are correct LMFAO :)[/p][/quote]maybe I was right with what i said? BarrHumbug
  • Score: -3

5:55pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Lord Spring says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
retry69 wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D
They can dish it out but cant take it,not for the first time if my suspicions are correct LMFAO :)
maybe I was right with what i said?
They must have objected to small talk.
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: Hahahahahahahaha one of my comments has been removed :-D[/p][/quote]They can dish it out but cant take it,not for the first time if my suspicions are correct LMFAO :)[/p][/quote]maybe I was right with what i said?[/p][/quote]They must have objected to small talk. Lord Spring
  • Score: -1

6:23pm Thu 16 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

Please Don,t interrupt the Wimborne village idiot,give him his head.
The kid that jumped on the car well done son brave ,not that smart but that is the is what makes Hero,s
Please Don,t interrupt the Wimborne village idiot,give him his head. The kid that jumped on the car well done son brave ,not that smart but that is the is what makes Hero,s kalebmoledirt
  • Score: -5

6:29pm Thu 16 Jan 14

foggy1965 says...

at 3.48 seconds the women that got out of the car walks into the pub?
at 3.48 seconds the women that got out of the car walks into the pub? foggy1965
  • Score: -1

6:43pm Thu 16 Jan 14

ronlin says...

Looks to me like the driver purposely drove at the man , and with parking problems like hes got he should be using buses hes downright dangerous.
Looks to me like the driver purposely drove at the man , and with parking problems like hes got he should be using buses hes downright dangerous. ronlin
  • Score: 11

7:16pm Thu 16 Jan 14

davecook says...

bogtrotter wrote:
This has to be a wind up? Leave the scene of the collision is one thing that can possibly be mitgated if he was unaware. However, attempting to mow the lad down and then assaulting him are both surely crimes. How has he not been arrested and questioned yet? Utterly embarrassing
I agree, how can anyone be unaware of someone on their bonnet when driving along, it beggars belief that the police have not questioned the driver under caution.
[quote][p][bold]bogtrotter[/bold] wrote: This has to be a wind up? Leave the scene of the collision is one thing that can possibly be mitgated if he was unaware. However, attempting to mow the lad down and then assaulting him are both surely crimes. How has he not been arrested and questioned yet? Utterly embarrassing[/p][/quote]I agree, how can anyone be unaware of someone on their bonnet when driving along, it beggars belief that the police have not questioned the driver under caution. davecook
  • Score: 9

8:50pm Thu 16 Jan 14

Chris the plumber says...

UrbanCrab wrote:
Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face.

I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.
after watching the vid again it would seem that you can not see or hear what was said to the driver by the two young men, and we only have Mr Malins word that he was hit by an OAP ... I have ever confidence the police will deal with it in the way the law dictates. shame the video had no sound then would all understand the incident better..
[quote][p][bold]UrbanCrab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face. I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.[/p][/quote]after watching the vid again it would seem that you can not see or hear what was said to the driver by the two young men, and we only have Mr Malins word that he was hit by an OAP ... I have ever confidence the police will deal with it in the way the law dictates. shame the video had no sound then would all understand the incident better.. Chris the plumber
  • Score: -7

9:04pm Thu 16 Jan 14

kalebmoledirt says...

suzigirl wrote:
Maybe he could not see for the all the cigarette smoke - disgusting habit!
To stop you wandering who objected to your comment about the girl that lost her life in the cave at Swanage it was me .the comments were distasteful and offensive .And the editors obviously agree that you are a very unpleasant woman.stay on Facebook
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Maybe he could not see for the all the cigarette smoke - disgusting habit![/p][/quote]To stop you wandering who objected to your comment about the girl that lost her life in the cave at Swanage it was me .the comments were distasteful and offensive .And the editors obviously agree that you are a very unpleasant woman.stay on Facebook kalebmoledirt
  • Score: 3

9:26pm Thu 16 Jan 14

ragj195 says...

Chris the plumber wrote:
UrbanCrab wrote:
Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face.

I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.
after watching the vid again it would seem that you can not see or hear what was said to the driver by the two young men, and we only have Mr Malins word that he was hit by an OAP ... I have ever confidence the police will deal with it in the way the law dictates. shame the video had no sound then would all understand the incident better..
Here you go again. You'd stick up for an OAP driving the wrong way round a roundabout if you had the chance but I can only imagine the rant you'd dish out if someone in their 20's got caught driving 35mph down Queens Park Avenue!
[quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UrbanCrab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face. I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.[/p][/quote]after watching the vid again it would seem that you can not see or hear what was said to the driver by the two young men, and we only have Mr Malins word that he was hit by an OAP ... I have ever confidence the police will deal with it in the way the law dictates. shame the video had no sound then would all understand the incident better..[/p][/quote]Here you go again. You'd stick up for an OAP driving the wrong way round a roundabout if you had the chance but I can only imagine the rant you'd dish out if someone in their 20's got caught driving 35mph down Queens Park Avenue! ragj195
  • Score: 4

9:43pm Thu 16 Jan 14

b26b says...

Chris the plumber wrote:
UrbanCrab wrote:
Chris the plumber wrote:
as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened
by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible.
The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did.
Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !!
yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face.

I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.
after watching the vid again it would seem that you can not see or hear what was said to the driver by the two young men, and we only have Mr Malins word that he was hit by an OAP ... I have ever confidence the police will deal with it in the way the law dictates. shame the video had no sound then would all understand the incident better..
Yeah there is a few problems with that, you would have to mic up the persons responsible to be able to understand what they are saying. And you can see on the cctv that the lad was driven at and ended up on the bottom, to any sane person that's dangerous driving, How the Police have made no arrest
amazes me. Plus its not a notorious pub, its a great little free house that puts on some fun different themed nights.
[quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]UrbanCrab[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chris the plumber[/bold] wrote: as the police have yet to report anyone, the driver who obviously had awful parking skills maybe felt threatened by two young men at his window specialy as they came out of a notorious pub. What was said to the driver by the two men seems to have made him want to get away from there as quick as possible. The advice from the police in that situation is to remove yourself safely from the situation and go to a place of safety, which I assume the driver did. Half a story from the echo again. Interview the driver and his female passenger and to get the whole story, thats what ( except for the echo) reporters do !![/p][/quote]yes remove yourself from the scene SAFELY, then remove the man from the bonnet of your car at some point with a SAFE smack in the face. I obviously misunderstood the police advice, they should really make it clearer.[/p][/quote]after watching the vid again it would seem that you can not see or hear what was said to the driver by the two young men, and we only have Mr Malins word that he was hit by an OAP ... I have ever confidence the police will deal with it in the way the law dictates. shame the video had no sound then would all understand the incident better..[/p][/quote]Yeah there is a few problems with that, you would have to mic up the persons responsible to be able to understand what they are saying. And you can see on the cctv that the lad was driven at and ended up on the bottom, to any sane person that's dangerous driving, How the Police have made no arrest amazes me. Plus its not a notorious pub, its a great little free house that puts on some fun different themed nights. b26b
  • Score: 4

9:04am Fri 17 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

kalebmoledirt wrote:
suzigirl wrote: Maybe he could not see for the all the cigarette smoke - disgusting habit!
To stop you wandering who objected to your comment about the girl that lost her life in the cave at Swanage it was me .the comments were distasteful and offensive .And the editors obviously agree that you are a very unpleasant woman.stay on Facebook
My comment was not distasteful - I take part in an "extreme" hobby and I am well aware that it could potentially lead to my death. I am sure the young girl felt the same but it is every individual's choice! It is extraordinary how petty some people can be on this site and I must say that some of your comments are just trying to goad people. As far as you are concerned I am not taking the bait any more....... Bye!
[quote][p][bold]kalebmoledirt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: Maybe he could not see for the all the cigarette smoke - disgusting habit![/p][/quote]To stop you wandering who objected to your comment about the girl that lost her life in the cave at Swanage it was me .the comments were distasteful and offensive .And the editors obviously agree that you are a very unpleasant woman.stay on Facebook[/p][/quote]My comment was not distasteful - I take part in an "extreme" hobby and I am well aware that it could potentially lead to my death. I am sure the young girl felt the same but it is every individual's choice! It is extraordinary how petty some people can be on this site and I must say that some of your comments are just trying to goad people. As far as you are concerned I am not taking the bait any more....... Bye! suzigirl
  • Score: -4

9:10am Fri 17 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

I have just reported your vicious comments to the administrators!
I have just reported your vicious comments to the administrators! suzigirl
  • Score: -5

9:47am Fri 17 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?
If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 2

10:39am Fri 17 Jan 14

retry69 says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?
I tell you whats pretty extreme travelling up the m27 spray flying up everywhere and drivers driving so close to the one in front there was no room for me to overtake and cut back in so I had to stay in the outside lane all the way to my turn off,so don't tell me whats extreme and whats not !!!!! I see the childish comments were made before 09.15 so obviously on the way to school,come on lets have a more friendly day today :)
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?[/p][/quote]I tell you whats pretty extreme travelling up the m27 spray flying up everywhere and drivers driving so close to the one in front there was no room for me to overtake and cut back in so I had to stay in the outside lane all the way to my turn off,so don't tell me whats extreme and whats not !!!!! I see the childish comments were made before 09.15 so obviously on the way to school,come on lets have a more friendly day today :) retry69
  • Score: 3

10:49am Fri 17 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?
Wrong! You would be surprised LOL! For your information I ride a motorbike as well. I will just keep you guessing! I don't suppose you get into much danger in your comfy armchair - or I could be wrong LOL!
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?[/p][/quote]Wrong! You would be surprised LOL! For your information I ride a motorbike as well. I will just keep you guessing! I don't suppose you get into much danger in your comfy armchair - or I could be wrong LOL! suzigirl
  • Score: -3

11:13am Fri 17 Jan 14

retry69 says...

And im reporting everyones vicious comments to the administrators.SO THERE
And im reporting everyones vicious comments to the administrators.SO THERE retry69
  • Score: 3

11:22am Fri 17 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

retry69 wrote:
And im reporting everyones vicious comments to the administrators.SO THERE
well done George you're so clever
[quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: And im reporting everyones vicious comments to the administrators.SO THERE[/p][/quote]well done George you're so clever nickynoodah
  • Score: 0

11:23am Fri 17 Jan 14

nickynoodah says...

your even
lol
your even lol nickynoodah
  • Score: -2

11:40am Fri 17 Jan 14

retry69 says...

nickynoodah wrote:
retry69 wrote:
And im reporting everyones vicious comments to the administrators.SO THERE
well done George you're so clever
YES I AM !
[quote][p][bold]nickynoodah[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]retry69[/bold] wrote: And im reporting everyones vicious comments to the administrators.SO THERE[/p][/quote]well done George you're so clever[/p][/quote]YES I AM ! retry69
  • Score: 0

12:44pm Fri 17 Jan 14

BarrHumbug says...

suzigirl wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote:
If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?
Wrong! You would be surprised LOL! For your information I ride a motorbike as well. I will just keep you guessing! I don't suppose you get into much danger in your comfy armchair - or I could be wrong LOL!
I know, your one of those Gorilla Knitters aren't you?
[quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?[/p][/quote]Wrong! You would be surprised LOL! For your information I ride a motorbike as well. I will just keep you guessing! I don't suppose you get into much danger in your comfy armchair - or I could be wrong LOL![/p][/quote]I know, your one of those Gorilla Knitters aren't you? BarrHumbug
  • Score: 1

2:03pm Fri 17 Jan 14

suzigirl says...

BarrHumbug wrote:
suzigirl wrote:
BarrHumbug wrote: If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?
Wrong! You would be surprised LOL! For your information I ride a motorbike as well. I will just keep you guessing! I don't suppose you get into much danger in your comfy armchair - or I could be wrong LOL!
I know, your one of those Gorilla Knitters aren't you?
That is amazing - how did you guess - are you psychic or it is psychotic?
[quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]suzigirl[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BarrHumbug[/bold] wrote: If its base jumping, hand gliding or human cannon ball then thats pretty extreme but if its just pootling around on the back of hubby's big motorbike then its not that extreme is it?[/p][/quote]Wrong! You would be surprised LOL! For your information I ride a motorbike as well. I will just keep you guessing! I don't suppose you get into much danger in your comfy armchair - or I could be wrong LOL![/p][/quote]I know, your one of those Gorilla Knitters aren't you?[/p][/quote]That is amazing - how did you guess - are you psychic or it is psychotic? suzigirl
  • Score: -2

2:29pm Fri 17 Jan 14

Controversial But True says...

Do you ever feel like you've been taken for a ride??
Do you ever feel like you've been taken for a ride?? Controversial But True
  • Score: 3

9:51am Sat 18 Jan 14

weevie says...

Lotsa stuff here. 'Parking Skills' is a bit off the mark isn't it? How many times did that idiot try to reverse? Six, seven? ****, or drugs or both, end of story.
Notice the gait of the exiting female, one of those pseudo-flouncey movements young criminals move with, to the pub? To make a deal?
In and around this group are the seeds, probably of a lot more low-level rubbish occurring in this area, the drop-off was obviously a local habit.
Get the driver, find the compatriots - sort this out.
Lotsa stuff here. 'Parking Skills' is a bit off the mark isn't it? How many times did that idiot try to reverse? Six, seven? ****, or drugs or both, end of story. Notice the gait of the exiting female, one of those pseudo-flouncey movements young criminals move with, to the pub? To make a deal? In and around this group are the seeds, probably of a lot more low-level rubbish occurring in this area, the drop-off was obviously a local habit. Get the driver, find the compatriots - sort this out. weevie
  • Score: 2

10:08am Sat 18 Jan 14

weevie says...

Not enough stars up there.
The word 'was' P****d
Not enough stars up there. The word 'was' P****d weevie
  • Score: 1

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