Assaulted twice in one night.

Discussion in 'The Clubhouse Bar' started by Maccaweeny, Apr 18, 2008.

  1. Maccaweeny

    Maccaweeny Guest

    I don't know if it's my awesome new haircut intimidating lowlives, but people have really started to like hitting me.

    I was walking back from the gym at 11:30, just down from Oxford st. two nights ago when i heard three guys behind me. Next thing I notice one has ( from a starting run-up) punched me in the back of the neck. His mate comes and pulls me around, but when they figure out they've done f*** all and i'm not going down they run. Dumb c*** who punched me didn't realise i was wearing footy shorts, I chase him down and crash tackle him near central station, and have a good yell about how stupid he is. THEN HE APOLOGISES! apologises for punching me in the back of the head.

    If that wasn't bad enough, i go get something to eat at my mums, and when i leave to file a police report some dude (who i can't see properly) throws a beer bottle at me from his balcony. I should add that this balcony is in the building where i live.

    me: "oi, going to the police station, should i just get them to come up here?"

    him: "arrrgh ya f$cken krnt, raaaa"

    me *thumbs up*

    I walk into a convenience store, when this person of lebanese descent with a goatee (who i see in my building like every day, so obviously was balcony dude) walks in behind me, punches me in the back of the head, while wearing a signet ring. I push him back, telling him to chill, he punches me in the face around three times. I restrain him by his arms

    me: "dude, settle down, you don't want this to get serious"

    him: "arrrgghh i farkin own this place, i can put a farkin bullet through your head"

    *head buts me twice in the face*

    me:" just chill out, the cops are coming, you don't want to get in any more ****"

    him: "okay let go of my arms"

    he punches me three times, i back off, he then pulls a knife out of his hoodie. I run out of the convenience store and see two P.I bouncers at the Marlborough hotel, run there and tell them some maniac is after me.

    Police come about 45 minutes later, have to **** off to break up a pub fight, come back about halfa hour later. We go arrest the knob, pressing charges.

    That's what I call a bad night.
     
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  3. Dmx#1

    Dmx#1 Guest

    Sounds like a bad night, I actually feel like beating the crap out of someone random tonight. Reading this has helped me calm down a bit Im just in a really shitty mood. Oh well I guess I cant complain.
     
  4. RC

    RC Guest

    So this guys was punching you and headbutting you and all you were saying was, "Chill out"?
    Are you human?!
    Lol.
    That's awful.
     
  5. Maccaweeny

    Maccaweeny Guest

    If you want to fight someone I have a suggestion. His name is Mohammed Habib (no ****) and he lives in Newtown. Hobbies include punching people in the head while they have their backs turned and fighting fair by pulling knives.
     
  6. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    Welcome to London macca, I see RC has found you...

    ....wait, since when have you been in london..?!
     
  7. Maccaweeny

    Maccaweeny Guest

    The whole time I was thinking he might have a knife, didn't want to fight
     
  8. RC

    RC Guest

    Ah, fair enough then, mate.
    You see, me i would have fallen to the floor crying and wetting myself.
    The attackers tend to be so disgusted that they just walk away...then punch them in the back of the head!
     
  9. Prestwick

    Prestwick Guest

    I always work under the assumption that as I am a natural coward, I will always be able to run faster...
     
  10. Maccaweeny

    Maccaweeny Guest

    Only troubling thing that happened to me in London was some dude vomiting on my shoes, otherwise I liked it. Mind you, i've lived in Sydney for seven years and I'd never been assaulted until wednesday night/thurs morn.
     
  11. Dmx#1

    Dmx#1 Guest

    Haha nah its all good man I have been in similar situations. Except Im stupid, when i get into those situations I let my pride get the best of me. If that I was you in that situation I would be in the hospital right now. Im not trying to act hard or anything but ive tried to take on a person with a knife, Been in situations where it was just me vs a group of people. I was lucky people were there dissolve the situation from escalating. Pride is a motherf***er.

    Your probably gonna get people who will call you a pussy, but screw them you won at the end of the day. Life = Better than being dead bcuz you were to proud 2 put away your pride.
     
  12. Coldplayer

    Coldplayer Guest

    why the hell didnt you punch the guy back after he punched u....so he;d have no chance of getting his knife out
     
  13. Laetca

    Laetca Guest

    You handled both situations remarkably well :)
    I'm glad they all ended relatively good for you. I don't think it's cowardice that you try calming some nutcase down first, it's plain reason.
     
  14. Steve-o

    Steve-o Guest

    Glad to hear nobody got hurt but I gotta wonder:
    Attacker no.1 - Punches the back of your neck, and you chase him down.
    Attacker no.2 - Punches the back of your head, and you don't retaliate

    = ???
     
  15. Dmx#1

    Dmx#1 Guest

    Number 2 must have been bigger.
     
  16. Maccaweeny

    Maccaweeny Guest

    yes number 2 was sufficiently larger
     
  17. C A Iversen

    C A Iversen Guest

    Also, number 2 lives in his building. I guess that might've been a factor. The "What the hell, twice in one day?" thought might've also played a part.
     
  18. tommowins

    tommowins Guest

    sounds like some pretty bad luck mate! By the way London sounds pretty pshyco!
     
  19. Maccaweeny

    Maccaweeny Guest



    I'm a law student (aka massive homo), they're not the terms I was thinking in. The cops were on their way, If I get into a fight, I not only risk being stabbed (do not want) but If i get the upper hand (not likely after being king hit in the back of the head), then he can say I didn't use proportionate and reasonable force in self-defence.



    Then there are the outcomes, in a fight he just gets a beating, If i try and calm him down, and yet he continues to attack, a magistrate will give him a royal arse f***ing. A few grand in a hefty fine, then If i want to, I can sue the piece of ***** in damages.



    Add to this, I'm getting the impression he already has a criminal record. The convenience store clerk (who ran out as fast as he could) turns out to be a family friend, they're ******** themselves trying to tell me not to press charges. I'm getting the impression that this is more than a fine and a good behaviour bond if it goes to court, which it will.

    Knowing that he's getting boned in gaol will be far more satisfying than getting into a fight.



    EDIT: AND EVERYONE OXFORD ST. IN SYDNEY TO CLARIFY ;)
     
  20. shtove

    shtove Guest

    It's a good lesson. There are people who will try to destroy you for no reason, given half a chance. Will help you a lot in your legal career!
     
  21. RC

    RC Guest

    Fair play, sounds like you know your law and you used your brain in that fight.

    I just hope you get some nice compo from it all.
     
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