...and you would be leaving in wrist ties, and sleeping in a cell for a few years.
Not so sure, I'm reading more sensible stuff recently about victims of crime and protecting their rights to protect themselves.
It is just a bike.
Fnck it, that's all right then. Don't know why we bother locking them up tbh.
I'm not talking about a bike, more breaking and entering. Although that said if I caught a guy stealing my bike I doubt I'd be standing back watching and waiting for Dibble.
I've always thought going for the knees is best, safer than possibly killing him with a head blow and yet having the satisfaction of knowing he'll be crippled for evermore. Won't have any use for anyone else's bike either.
Problem is none of us know how we'd react in the situation so any talk is just that. All I know is having been in a similar situation I'd rather be ready the next time. And I will be.
Not so, plenty of us have been in the situation. I assume my reactions will be fairly consistent.
You will find that the talk of letting householders off with more extreme reactions to burglary etc. is a) mainly just talk, the laws remain fairly much the same regarding excessive force and b) the Westminster lot don't make our law!
Nothing wrong with using a household item to defend yourself, in the event you have no option.
The doctor diagnosed me with hereditary diarrhoea. I can't understand, I wear a kilt.