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#4
I think they shouldn't have touched him. This is really sad from the big man.
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#5
Looks like Irish Punk.
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#7
Looks like Irish Punk


EDIT: dont be surprised if big man gets charged with assult though.

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#8
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Looks like Irish Punk


EDIT: dont be surprised if big man gets charged with assult though.


He should be charged with assault. The only persons that are allowed to use physical violence are the ones that work for law enforcement.
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#9
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He should be charged with assault. The only persons that are allowed to use physical violence are the ones that work for law enforcement.



Meh.

I would have done the same if the guy needed help. To be fair, if you dont pay for a ticket and then are willing to be rude to guys just doing their job and ****ing other people over, why shouldnt he be ejected from the train?


Lets face it, the little **** got on the next train through and got to where he was going anway.

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#10
That is some accent you people have.
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#11
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Meh.

I would have done the same if the guy needed help. To be fair, if you dont pay for a ticket and then are willing to be rude to guys just doing their job and ****ing other people over, why shouldnt he be ejected from the train?


Lets face it, the little **** got on the next train through and got to where he was going anway.


It's the violence that is the problem. What is wrong with a fine like here?
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#14
People who are being a **** and who's behaviour is punishing everyone else in such a situation does not get my sympathy. Public transportation is something everybody wants to work. So don't come and be a **** about it and affect innocent people on their way to work or home or whatever. That's just a shitty attitude.
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#15
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Looks like Irish Punk


EDIT: dont be surprised if big man gets charged with assult though.


Wouldn't be surprised if he gets a medal to be honest but in actual fact I doubt anything will happen to the guy.
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#16
The bad thing is this man will undoubtedly be charged with assault which in my opinion is shocking. Had the police got involved they would take 20 minutes to get there and the ticket dodger would have got a stern talking to and that's about it. There isn't enough people like that man in Scotland and the way the police deal with things is a shambles.
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#17
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#18
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It's the violence that is the problem. What is wrong with a fine like here?



How are you going to enforce the fine on the guy?

I would rather get told to **** off and be taken off the train than pay £20 per station I skipped...

Its not like he couldnt have just gone peacefully. Fighting back makes me think that actually, he was going to cause trouble either way.

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He should be charged with assault. The only persons that are allowed to use physical violence are the ones that work for law enforcement.


Kinda like this, right?
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#20
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How are you going to enforce the fine on the guy?

I would rather get told to **** off and be taken off the train than pay £20 per station I skipped...

Its not like he couldnt have just gone peacefully. Fighting back makes me think that actually, he was going to cause trouble either way.


Everyone needs to keep an I.D. card... so work something out with the police or something. I don't know exactly how they do it here, but they do.
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#21
Little prick deserves it. Look man, you don't go around ****ing people over. The guy could have let him ride for free, but the kid was being a total prick. He was an old man and it's not like he couldn't have used big guys help. I mean he muscled the bigot right off the train and put him in his place. Which was outside, without a ticket.
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#22
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Kinda like this, right?


I don't think that is within the law either. Which country is that?
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#23
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Everyone needs to keep an I.D. card... so work something out with the police or something. I don't know exactly how they do it here, but they do.



Do you live in Nazi Germany?

In the UK you are not required by law to carry ID on you.

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#24
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He should be charged with assault. The only persons that are allowed to use physical violence are the ones that work for law enforcement.

nope.
A person may use such force as is reasonable in the circumstances in the prevention of crime, or in effecting or assisting in the lawful arrest of offenders or suspected offenders or of persons unlawfully at large.

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#25
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Do you live in Nazi Germany?

In the UK you are not required by law to carry ID on you.


You are not? I thought it was a european law. A well, you guys are not taken serious here either way.
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He should be charged with assault. The only persons that are allowed to use physical violence are the ones that work for law enforcement.
Oh, give it up!

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Looks like that ends the whole "big man should be charged for assault" argument.

OT: Good! The prick deserved to be shoved off the train.
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#28
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This was not a reasonable circumstance.

it's reasonable force, not circumstances.

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This was not reasonable in the circumstance.

yes it was, the kid started getting aggressive and was already committing an offence by not paying.

there's nothing else for you to troll over.
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#29
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it's reasonable force, not circumstances.


yeah I changed my post >.> In a ninja-edit apparently, you were really fast in commenting.
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#31
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This was not reasonable in the circumstance.


Enlighten us. It seems like the big guy was preventing a crime, the kid rebutted by lunging back into the train. The big guy threw his puny little ass off the train because he was being a disrespectful punk.

No harm no foul.
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#32
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yeah I changed my post >.> In a ninja-edit apparently, you were really fast in commenting.

I've responded.
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#33
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Enlighten us. It seems like the big guy was preventing a crime, the kid rebutted by lunging back into the train. The big guy threw his puny little ass off the train because he was being a disrespectful punk.

No harm no foul.


How does not paying 1 pound or whatever = being dragged across the train? We might as well kill bankrobbers in that case.

edit: also how am I trolling?
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#34
^ yeah, we should. They're fucking with our [hard-] earned money. What do you think happened before bank accounts were insured? People ran to the bank when it got robbed and demanded their money back.

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Townsfolk: "What the fuck do you mean sorry. Where's our money bitch!?"
*bank manager barely escapes on horseback*
*bunch of angry townspeople chase after him*
*bank manager is hanged*

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I don't think that is within the law either. Which country is that?


Hippie-laden Northern California, USA. Actually, it is within the law, hence their ability to act as such.
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#35
Seen it, laughed at it, moved along.
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#36
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Hippie-laden Northern California, USA. Actually, it is within the law, hence their ability to act as such.


That's why I asked. It may be in their law.
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#37
So that dude had absolutely no right to touch the kid in my opinion... Yeah, it's unpleasant to have to wait for some little ticket dodging shit, but there's no way you can justify him getting up literally throwing him off the train. Hope he does get charged with assault.
#38
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This was not reasonable in the circumstance.


Pretty sure it is?

Scotrail isn't exactly a cheap service and the fact that the train has been put to a stop in order for the guy to get off is not only disturbing the passengers commute but it also directly affects the companies time schedule. The fact that the kid was putting up a fight and resisting all non violent procedures at the time pretty much makes a physical ejection necessary.
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#39
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How does not paying 1 pound or whatever = being dragged across the train? We might as well kill bankrobbers in that case.


That's incomparable odds. Bank robbers are not to be fired on in any circumstances because banks are insured, and anyone inside a bank is considered a hostage at the time of the robbery. You don't shoot bank robbers and then put them in jail, do you?

There's a thing called respect. The kid didn't show it, and he sure as hell wasn't going to get it in return. Walk on home, boy.
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#40
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How does not paying 1 pound or whatever = being dragged across the train? We might as well kill bankrobbers in that case.

edit: also how am I trolling?

He wasn't dragged across the train for not paying the fare.

He was escorted to the exit for not paying and getting aggressive.

He was dragged because he resisted the escort.

It was reasonable force in the circumstances as there was no injury or harm caused by the application of such force and other methods had been tried beforehand.

he's covered legally and morally.
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