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scary and a little bit stupid! by kazzzz on 13 November 2006 2:48pm
 
I went for a walk the other night, it was just on dusk, I went to a local lake with a park, a very
popular spot for a stroll. I walk there most days.
I was walking along when some creep jumped out of the bushes, pulled down his tracksuit bottoms, had wot can only be described as a "bit of a wiggle", pulled them back up and bolted into the bushes! EWWW!! I told the local police, as a lot of children use this park, and they informed me that it is very common in the Spring. Hmmmmm wotever!
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by Sophie-Louise on 13 November 2006 2:53pm
 
ewwwww that's so bizzare!!!

i would have kneed him!!! hahahaha.

can't believe the police didn't take that seriously!!! shocking! really shocking!!
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by kazzzz on 13 November 2006 2:59pm
 
Yes well the police take nothing here seriously in my experience.
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by Sophie-Louise on 13 November 2006 3:05pm
 
hhmmm that's awful. that is serious i think. esp if there are kids playing nearby. the police here can be quite good about most things, but they let themselves down in alot of areas too.
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by kazzzz on 13 November 2006 3:06pm
 
Next time I'll take a pair of tweezers and a magnifying glass ;)
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by perfectbitch on 13 November 2006 3:24pm
 
This sort of thing has been going on for years and it can be a shock. When I was nursing, I had a similar experience. I was walking back to the nurses home quite late one night in the winding streets of Hampstead. Ahead of me was a male hippie type with long hair in an Afghan coat. I didn't think anything of it as he was walking slowly and I assumed he was off his head (maybe he was. I was walking at a brisk pace and as I caught up with him he grunted, "Cop a load of this!"
If I hadn't been working on a male genito urinary ward, I would have been shocked but I said I had better specimims on my ward and he put it away.

A funnier event happened on the way home from work in the evening rush hour. I was at Baker Street and got on the first tube and there was a free seat at the end of the carriage where 2 double seats face each other. A commuter in a pinstriped suit, bowler hat and brolly hung over his briefcase which was on his knees was in the adjacent seat. I couldn't believe my luck and sat down, whipped out my paper and a pen and began to escape into the crossword. "Psst!" I ignored it. "Psst!", more insistantly and I lifted my eyes from the page and glanced sideways. There was this man's willy, fully stood to attention with his hand carresing it lovingly all behind the briefcase. This surreal vision caused be to break into hysterical laughter which set the other travellers off and we laughed this red faced man off the train.

Linz
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by Lounge Trekker on 13 November 2006 4:17pm
 
So Bruno and I were out walking with with a freind and his dog, Charlie when Charlie bolted into a patch of dense woods. We heard a growl and a grunt and out came a pervert makin' time down the sidewalk with his pants half pulled up.

Looks like Charlie gave him a nip an the arse. This caused snickers amongst the people walking by.

Lounge Trekker
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by Sophie-Louise on 14 November 2006 12:25am
 
me and thomas were walking through leeds the other day when a homeless man came up to us (drunk out of his mind) and informed thomas that his zip was down and asked if he would do it up for him... hhhmmmm so many weirdos so little time.
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by Ellerd on 14 November 2006 1:18am
 
You need to get a big dog Kazzz. You could have sicked him onto the pervert and given him an even smaller wiggle.
 
Re: scary and a little bit stupid! by tucsonmike on 14 November 2006 1:52am
 
I have to laugh. One of my parents friends is a tough woman named Eleanor Baum. She is an Engineer and the head of Cooper Union's Engineering Dept in NY.

One day she was changing trains at Jamaica on the Long Island Rail Road (as most people have to do). Some guy was flashing himself up and down the platform. He flashed Eleanor who snarled and said "I've seen bigger, I've seen better, put it away!" He went away sniffling, much to the giggles of thousands.
 



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