Kingsley Gordon-Allen, Ashton King and John Pluckrose have all been jailed after attacking a 51-year-old man in a Walthamstow McDonalds

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Three men have been jailed for a brutal attack on a man in a fast food restaurant, causing him to lose an eye.

On New Year’s Day last year, the 51-year-old victim went into McDonald's in Hoe Street, Walthamstow, leaving his wife outside in the car.

As he waited to be served at around 8am, a group of eight entered behind him.

They began verbally abusing staff over a delay in getting served.

The victim asked the group to stop and was threatened by one of the men.

Verbal threats continued until the victim went to leave, at which point he was punched in the face.

Others then began punching and kicking the victim.

He tried to seek refuge, but the group continued to attack him.

Finally one of the suspects broke off and grabbed a large plastic cleaning cone and delivered a heavy blow to the victim’s face.

He was taken to hospital but his left eye was later removed due to to his injuries.

On Wednesday, three men were sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court.

Kingsley Gordon-Allen, 20, of Ashville Road in Leytonstone, was sentenced to three years in a young offenders’ institute for one count of grievous bodily harm with intent.

However, the sentence will run consecutively to an eight-year sentence for causing death by dangerous driving.

Gordon-Allen was jailed on March 28, 2013, for killing 56 year-old Edward Orrey in Gainsborough Road, near Leytonstone Tube station, on February 9 last year.

The father-of-four was cycling back to his van at around 6am when he was hit by Gordon-Allen, who was over the drink-drive limit.

He fled the scene and abandoned the vehicle.

He was also convicted of possession of a Class B drug with intent to supply.

Ashton King, 21, of Boundary Road in Walthamstow, was sentenced to nine years’ imprisonment for one count of grievous bodily harm with intent.

He will also serve one year to run consecutively for possessing a controlled drug with intent to supply.

John Pluckrose, 19, of Randolph Close in Leigh-on-Sea, was sentenced to 18 months in a young offenders’ institute for one count of grievous bodily harm.

All three men pleaded guilty prior to sentencing.

Detective Inspector Tor Garnett, of Waltham Forest CID, said: “This was an unprovoked attack on a member of the public who was rightly trying to intervene to prevent the men abusing McDonalds.

“As a result of this cowardly attack, the victim lost his eye.

"I am delighted that the people responsible will now spend a considerable amount of time in jail.

“The officer investigating the case, Detective Constable Marcos Marco, has worked tirelessly in order to ensure justice is done."

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3:00pm Fri 16 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

What horrible individuals.

Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years.

Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead.

And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke.

As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.
What horrible individuals. Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years. Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead. And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke. As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 18

4:07pm Fri 16 May 14

jackblack007 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
What horrible individuals.

Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years.

Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead.

And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke.

As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.
you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: What horrible individuals. Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years. Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead. And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke. As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.[/p][/quote]you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order jackblack007
  • Score: 10

4:51pm Fri 16 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
What horrible individuals.

Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years.

Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead.

And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke.

As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.
you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order
Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer.

Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life.

I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: What horrible individuals. Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years. Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead. And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke. As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.[/p][/quote]you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order[/p][/quote]Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer. Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life. I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -8

5:26pm Fri 16 May 14

I'm Alan says...

Rot in prison you Scum bags, and I hope the victim can carry on with his life.
Rot in prison you Scum bags, and I hope the victim can carry on with his life. I'm Alan
  • Score: 50

7:28pm Fri 16 May 14

chris.coulthard001@hotmail.co.uk says...

I never regretted moving far away from Walthamstow because of riff raff such as these.
I feel sorry for the decent people who live in the area but are unable to get away from it for what ever reason.
Kit oop ere on the Yorkshire Moors!! Its lovely.
I never regretted moving far away from Walthamstow because of riff raff such as these. I feel sorry for the decent people who live in the area but are unable to get away from it for what ever reason. Kit oop ere on the Yorkshire Moors!! Its lovely. chris.coulthard001@hotmail.co.uk
  • Score: -5

9:31pm Fri 16 May 14

stickmanny says...

so glad you're happy now leave us alone
so glad you're happy now leave us alone stickmanny
  • Score: 19

9:58pm Fri 16 May 14

jackblack007 says...

Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
What horrible individuals.

Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years.

Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead.

And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke.

As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.
you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order
Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer.

Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life.

I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.
ha ha ha, you just cannot stand being found out for the cretin you really are. I bet you dream half of your nonsense up from your padded cell . i read all your comments and they're hilarious, you go over the same things on every thread, you really are Mr Angry from Orpington , or just another sad atterntion seeker
[quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: What horrible individuals. Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years. Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead. And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke. As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.[/p][/quote]you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order[/p][/quote]Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer. Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life. I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.[/p][/quote]ha ha ha, you just cannot stand being found out for the cretin you really are. I bet you dream half of your nonsense up from your padded cell . i read all your comments and they're hilarious, you go over the same things on every thread, you really are Mr Angry from Orpington , or just another sad atterntion seeker jackblack007
  • Score: 22

10:23pm Fri 16 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
What horrible individuals.

Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years.

Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead.

And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke.

As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.
you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order
Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer.

Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life.

I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.
ha ha ha, you just cannot stand being found out for the cretin you really are. I bet you dream half of your nonsense up from your padded cell . i read all your comments and they're hilarious, you go over the same things on every thread, you really are Mr Angry from Orpington , or just another sad atterntion seeker
'Found out?'

The only thing that has been found out this week is your lame defence of the indefensible former head teacher of King Solomon School who having been suspended and fired from her former school gets hired and then fired again from King Solomon School and banned for life from teaching.

Your lauding and tolerance of her is purely astonishing.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: What horrible individuals. Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years. Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead. And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke. As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.[/p][/quote]you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order[/p][/quote]Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer. Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life. I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.[/p][/quote]ha ha ha, you just cannot stand being found out for the cretin you really are. I bet you dream half of your nonsense up from your padded cell . i read all your comments and they're hilarious, you go over the same things on every thread, you really are Mr Angry from Orpington , or just another sad atterntion seeker[/p][/quote]'Found out?' The only thing that has been found out this week is your lame defence of the indefensible former head teacher of King Solomon School who having been suspended and fired from her former school gets hired and then fired again from King Solomon School and banned for life from teaching. Your lauding and tolerance of her is purely astonishing. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -22

11:03pm Fri 16 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

chris.coulthard001@h
otmail.co.uk
wrote:
I never regretted moving far away from Walthamstow because of riff raff such as these.
I feel sorry for the decent people who live in the area but are unable to get away from it for what ever reason.
Kit oop ere on the Yorkshire Moors!! Its lovely.
It is not that bad, property prices in our village around Orford Road are rocketing. Great place to buy to let and make a small fortune. They have built a new shopping parade on the old arcade site, have built a new Cinema as a Church bought the old one and the area has been painted like Balamory with little hanging signs above the shops on chains. All is fine and tranquil until the shootings and stabbings start and as long as you have some cranberry tinted spectacles and put them on quickly, everything appears cranberry.
[quote][p][bold]chris.coulthard001@h otmail.co.uk[/bold] wrote: I never regretted moving far away from Walthamstow because of riff raff such as these. I feel sorry for the decent people who live in the area but are unable to get away from it for what ever reason. Kit oop ere on the Yorkshire Moors!! Its lovely.[/p][/quote]It is not that bad, property prices in our village around Orford Road are rocketing. Great place to buy to let and make a small fortune. They have built a new shopping parade on the old arcade site, have built a new Cinema as a Church bought the old one and the area has been painted like Balamory with little hanging signs above the shops on chains. All is fine and tranquil until the shootings and stabbings start and as long as you have some cranberry tinted spectacles and put them on quickly, everything appears cranberry. Villagecranberry
  • Score: -15

7:19am Sat 17 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

chris.coulthard001@h
otmail.co.uk
wrote:
I never regretted moving far away from Walthamstow because of riff raff such as these.
I feel sorry for the decent people who live in the area but are unable to get away from it for what ever reason.
Kit oop ere on the Yorkshire Moors!! Its lovely.
Actually, had you stayed you would have made a small fortune. My cousin and his wife bought small flats around the village around Eden Road and surrounding streets for only 35k in the 80's and 90's and has had a huge rental profit since with massive capital growth as some flats are now getting over 300k now. He is in a bit of a sticky situation as if he sells anything he has to pay huge amounts of capital gains tax. They now live house in Devon and cannot understand the interest in Walthamstow but are very fortunate because of the massive price rises.
[quote][p][bold]chris.coulthard001@h otmail.co.uk[/bold] wrote: I never regretted moving far away from Walthamstow because of riff raff such as these. I feel sorry for the decent people who live in the area but are unable to get away from it for what ever reason. Kit oop ere on the Yorkshire Moors!! Its lovely.[/p][/quote]Actually, had you stayed you would have made a small fortune. My cousin and his wife bought small flats around the village around Eden Road and surrounding streets for only 35k in the 80's and 90's and has had a huge rental profit since with massive capital growth as some flats are now getting over 300k now. He is in a bit of a sticky situation as if he sells anything he has to pay huge amounts of capital gains tax. They now live house in Devon and cannot understand the interest in Walthamstow but are very fortunate because of the massive price rises. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 0

7:27am Sat 17 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
jackblack007 wrote:
Villagecranberry wrote:
What horrible individuals.

Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years.

Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead.

And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke.

As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.
you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order
Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer.

Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life.

I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.
ha ha ha, you just cannot stand being found out for the cretin you really are. I bet you dream half of your nonsense up from your padded cell . i read all your comments and they're hilarious, you go over the same things on every thread, you really are Mr Angry from Orpington , or just another sad atterntion seeker
I am Villagecranberry from Walthamstow Village actually. I am rarely angry.

You seem to often be angry, especially when you write in capital letters and start calling people names.
[quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]jackblack007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Villagecranberry[/bold] wrote: What horrible individuals. Gordon-Allen, killed one man and taken an eye of another. I bet he does not behave in gaol like he has outside or he will surely get his comeuppence. I bet he had a string of convictions beforehand and has been getting away with a slap on the wrist for years. Shame it has cost one mans life, another's eye, and grief and misery for their families to finally get this evil crook behind bars with the other two accomplices. This bloke will definitely be trouble for years ahead. And the government want people to step in as 'have a go Hero's' what a joke. As for McDonalds, these premises are a. Magnate for trouble and I hope they have made some financial offer of compensation to the victim from their millions in profits, for an individual stepping in to do their security work for free.[/p][/quote]you were talking sense till the last paragraph? what if this happened in just a local cafe ? you are just an idiot of the 1st order[/p][/quote]Well it did not happen in a local cafe did it? Totally irrelevant. It happened in a premises belonging to a multinational conglomerate whose wealth is in the billions who would not miss a small amount of money to compensate a public spirited customer. Your comment is as irrelevant as when you claimed Mrs Shuter was a good teacher despite nicking thousands of pounds that did not belong to her and being banned from teaching for life. I will not stoop to your level by calling you names, your comments say it all.[/p][/quote]ha ha ha, you just cannot stand being found out for the cretin you really are. I bet you dream half of your nonsense up from your padded cell . i read all your comments and they're hilarious, you go over the same things on every thread, you really are Mr Angry from Orpington , or just another sad atterntion seeker[/p][/quote]I am Villagecranberry from Walthamstow Village actually. I am rarely angry. You seem to often be angry, especially when you write in capital letters and start calling people names. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 2

9:01am Sat 17 May 14

StanE11 says...

Look at that pathetic little squirt trying to look hard in the photo, what a completely gutless coward, beating up old men and driving drunk to show off to his girly mates.
Look at that pathetic little squirt trying to look hard in the photo, what a completely gutless coward, beating up old men and driving drunk to show off to his girly mates. StanE11
  • Score: 27

9:44am Sat 17 May 14

Villagecranberry says...

StanE11 wrote:
Look at that pathetic little squirt trying to look hard in the photo, what a completely gutless coward, beating up old men and driving drunk to show off to his girly mates.
And killing a man on a cycle whilst drunk lets not forget.
[quote][p][bold]StanE11[/bold] wrote: Look at that pathetic little squirt trying to look hard in the photo, what a completely gutless coward, beating up old men and driving drunk to show off to his girly mates.[/p][/quote]And killing a man on a cycle whilst drunk lets not forget. Villagecranberry
  • Score: 10

8:18pm Sat 17 May 14

Reality in WF says...

One of the reasons I dont post comments much on here, is because quite serious pieces of news ( like this ) get bogged down in trivial remarks that have no relevance to the article itself. Please remember everyone, that this particular item ( for example ) deals with someone left maimed for life as well as another person who lost his life altogether. Sniping at someone because they chose to live in Yorkshire rather than w'stow, or rising to the bait of another person ( you all know who I mean ) would be better avoided, while constructive comments about the actual article would be more useful, not to mention respectful..........
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One of the reasons I dont post comments much on here, is because quite serious pieces of news ( like this ) get bogged down in trivial remarks that have no relevance to the article itself. Please remember everyone, that this particular item ( for example ) deals with someone left maimed for life as well as another person who lost his life altogether. Sniping at someone because they chose to live in Yorkshire rather than w'stow, or rising to the bait of another person ( you all know who I mean ) would be better avoided, while constructive comments about the actual article would be more useful, not to mention respectful.......... . Reality in WF
  • Score: 35

11:31am Sun 18 May 14

jackblack007 says...

Reality in WF wrote:
One of the reasons I dont post comments much on here, is because quite serious pieces of news ( like this ) get bogged down in trivial remarks that have no relevance to the article itself. Please remember everyone, that this particular item ( for example ) deals with someone left maimed for life as well as another person who lost his life altogether. Sniping at someone because they chose to live in Yorkshire rather than w'stow, or rising to the bait of another person ( you all know who I mean ) would be better avoided, while constructive comments about the actual article would be more useful, not to mention respectful..........

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top comment, i'm just irritated by one particular idiot who always spouts utter tosh .
[quote][p][bold]Reality in WF[/bold] wrote: One of the reasons I dont post comments much on here, is because quite serious pieces of news ( like this ) get bogged down in trivial remarks that have no relevance to the article itself. Please remember everyone, that this particular item ( for example ) deals with someone left maimed for life as well as another person who lost his life altogether. Sniping at someone because they chose to live in Yorkshire rather than w'stow, or rising to the bait of another person ( you all know who I mean ) would be better avoided, while constructive comments about the actual article would be more useful, not to mention respectful.......... .[/p][/quote]top comment, i'm just irritated by one particular idiot who always spouts utter tosh . jackblack007
  • Score: 0

9:44am Mon 19 May 14

VillageIdiot69 says...

If ever the expression, lock em up and throw away the key was deserved, it's for these three miserable excuses for human beings.
If ever the expression, lock em up and throw away the key was deserved, it's for these three miserable excuses for human beings. VillageIdiot69
  • Score: 10

12:20am Tue 20 May 14

StanE11 says...

Look at Kingsley's face, covered with disdain and contempt. I imagine it's covered with something else now, and he loves it.
Look at Kingsley's face, covered with disdain and contempt. I imagine it's covered with something else now, and he loves it. StanE11
  • Score: 8

5:05pm Tue 20 May 14

I'm Alan says...

The Guardian should've left the threatening comment by the Beaumont gang UP!.
The Guardian should've left the threatening comment by the Beaumont gang UP!. I'm Alan
  • Score: 6

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