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celeste

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Manchester police officer bitten on arm
« on: 08:22:17, 24/08/20 »
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-53882025

A police officer needed hospital treatment after being bitten on the arm as she tried to stop a row.
The officer and a colleague had attempted to calm an "aggressive" confrontation between two women in Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, on Saturday.

One offender "refused to let go" after the biting the policewoman, who had to "forcibly pull her arm" from her mouth.
The other woman "kicked out" when officers intervened, police said.
Both women, aged 40, were arrested on suspicion of assault of an emergency services worker and remain in custody.
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Re: Manchester police officer bitten on arm
« Reply #1 on: 08:32:31, 24/08/20 »

"It is saddening to have to reflect upon another weekend where our hard-working officers have been assaulted during the course of their duties," he said.



I agree,  didn't realise there were so many female Blutos about,  rabid, feral?
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Re: Manchester police officer bitten on arm
« Reply #2 on: 10:14:14, 24/08/20 »
Maybe Covid has raised alcaholism like they say.
Being confined and booze available all day.
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Re: Manchester police officer bitten on arm
« Reply #3 on: 10:21:14, 24/08/20 »
Everyone is not behaving like that, most understand the reason we are self-isolating, it seems to be the people who are confrontational
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Re: Manchester police officer bitten on arm
« Reply #4 on: 10:42:44, 24/08/20 »
Agreed ,there are more bad tempers about.
Eating out at pub,tables outside were signed as was the entrance,"book in before sitting"
yet people jumped at empty table,then shouted at staff when moved.
Also,ALL party had to be at booking in,yet our male [usual suspects] thought it did'nt apply to them,just the women and kids.
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Re: Manchester police officer bitten on arm
« Reply #5 on: 13:19:11, 24/08/20 »
Everyone is not behaving like that, most understand the reason we are self-isolating, it seems to be the people who are confrontational
The reason for the lockdown is to secure the population in their homes in order to usher in the 'new normal', BLM, migrant crisis, the destruction of our culture to be replaced with woke diverse  Marxist ideas that will sound the death knell of the British way of life, everyone is wearing gags now and staying in their homes when ordered waiting for the state to pump chemicals into us, which will be the price of easing restrictions on our freedom, because make no mistake this is a  massive infringement on our Liberty, Johnson can go and take a running jump, he's a bloody socialist, who knew?